The Rev. Canon David Roseberry

Rector of Christ Church, Provincial Canon for Mission

Christians are life-long learners. Accepting Jesus into our lives is only the beginning of a life-long relationship with the Savior that completely transforms our hearts and renews our minds.

As disciples of Christ, we have an opportunity every day to learn from Him. Christ Church has always believed this. Adult Ministry is committed to helping our congregation grow, deepen, and discover more and more of the goodness and glory of God. We labor, as the great Apostle Paul felt about his own churches, “until Christ be formed in you” (Galatians 4:19).

In every work—our parenting, our careers, our friendships, our giving and service—we can shine as lights to a busy, unbelieving world. Get equipped for your Christian work by participating in our ministries for adults:

  • Courses. Explore your questions about life and faith, learn practical skills, or find healing and support in the company of friends.
  • Groups. Seek friendships and find community centered on mutual love, encouragement, prayer, and generosity to others.
  • Events. Participate in the life of the church through our events: discover our great God and share Him with someone you know.

Though weekly worship is the cornerstone for the life of a Christian, engaging in mid-week courses, groups, and events will further enrich and inspire your discipleship to Christ.

Adult Ministry

Our courses, groups, and events prepare Christian adults for every aspect of discipleship to our Lord Jesus Christ.

Adult Ministry provides numerous spiritual resources for you and your family. Browse our ministry offerings to find new ways grow in your faith, build relationships with other, and share your faith and joy with the world.

  • Expand your knowledge of scripture in one of our Bible studies.
  • Connect with your church family by participating in a home group.
  • Celebrate the goodness and grandeur of God in a concert or sacred service.
  • Give and receive care and support in the midst of life's challenges.
  • Put your faith into action locally and around the world through our mobilization events.


Ash Wednesday Services

Wednesday, February 10

Ash Wednesday is the first day of the Christian season of Lent. Christ Church Plano has three service times during the day: 7 a.m., 12 noon & 7 p.m.

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International Justice Mission

During services on February 21; Evening with IJM at 7 p.m.

Gary Haugen, founder and president of IJM, presents a vision for global Christian action against violence and human trafficking.

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DNOW 2016

February 26-28, 2016

Sign up for Disciple Now, our most popular Student Ministry event, and study life-changing scriptures with peers and college age leaders.

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Lenten Art Exhibition

February 14-March 20

Reflect upon the person of Jesus Christ through a rich and diverse collection of artwork, hosted at Christ Church.

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Lent at Christ Church

Lent is a unique season of repentance and recommitment to God. We've collected helpful resources to support your faith and spiritual discipline. Visit Christ Church Plano and let us come alongside you in your Christian walk.

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Sunday, April 10, 11 a.m.

Learn about the ministries of Christ Church and find Christian community in your area.

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Parents Night Out

2nd Saturday of the Month

Invest in your relationships ... we'll keep the kids.

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Meets weekly on Mondays, 6:30 p.m.

An open fellowship for anyone looking to connect at Christ Church.

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Small Groups

Meetings on every day of the week

Find fellowship with Christians in your local area.

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Groups for Moms

Meets on Wednesdays and Thursdays, 9:30 a.m.

These groups provide structure to a mother's desire to learn, grow, and pray for their children, families, and larger communities.

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Writer's Group

Meets biweekly on Saturdays, 5 p.m.

A group for amateur and professional writers; workshop writing for constructive feedback and encouragement.

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