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Worship is the central part of our life together to celebrate what God has done for us. Worship is intended for the honor and glory of God and to provide opportunities to hear and learn from the Word of God. We offer multiple service times to accommodate almost any schedule, and communion is celebrated at each service.
Cathedral Services are held in our 1,400-seat sanctuary building on Legacy Drive. Grand and widely attended, these services feature our choir and solo artists with orchestra or band accompaniment.
Chapel Services are held in our 200-seat chapel building across the parking lot from the sanctuary. Relaxed and intimate, these services feature a shorter service length and a simpler style of worship.
Dress. Visitors and members should feel welcome and comfortable in any attire. Most wear a mix of business casual and Sunday best, but some wear jeans and T-shirts. Every culture will approach the worship of Almighty God with varying attire, and we have many cultures that make up our church.
Program. Our services blend traditional and contemporary styles of music and worship. We follow a liturgy of common and responsive prayers that are taken directly out of Scripture. Each week we pray, sing, read Scripture, listen to a sermon, and celebrate Holy Communion.
Childcare. Our professionally staffed Nursery is available at all weekend services for children from newborn to three years old. Preschool through twelfth grade Sunday School and Student Ministry is offered at 9:15 and 11 a.m. services in the Archgate building adjacent to the Sanctuary. We offer secure check-in for all children and students. Caregivers are screened with background checks and are carefully monitored to keep every child safe.
Family Worship. At our 9:15 and 11 a.m. services third through twelfth grade Sunday School classes join their families in the sanctuary prior to Holy Communion. We are committed to children learning how to be lifelong worshipers.
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Holy Communion is celebrated at all weekly services at Christ Church.
Also known as Holy Eucharist or the Lord’s Supper, Communion is a central part of Christian worship. Through this sacrament, we recall Jesus's words and actions at the Last Supper and look forward to his coming again in glory. Weekly celebration of the Eucharist renews and strengthens our union with Christ and our fellow Christians.
How to Receive. At Christ Church, Holy Communion is open to baptized Christians from any denomination. Those wishing to receive Communion should go forward at the usher’s signal and kneel at the altar rail. They should hold out their hands to receive the bread. They may receive the wine by drinking from the common cup or they may dip their bread into the cup. Those not desiring wine may simply cross their arms in front of their chest and the wine will pass by.
Those choosing not to receive Holy Communion may remain in their seats, or they may come forward for a blessing by kneeling and crossing their arms in front of their chest. Gluten free bread is also available upon request; please ask an usher before joining us for worship.
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