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Activities for children, infants-5th grade
Activities for students, 6th-12th grade
Partnering with you in your child's formation
Adults enjoy a catered dinner in the Fellowship Hall ($5/person). Pay online to expedite your check-in, or pay at the door. Dinner registration is requested if you plan to eat with us »
Youth 2nd-12th grade enjoy pizza and drinks in Archgate ($1/item). Please have your child bring cash for dinner.
Nursery kids (infants-1st grade) eat free. Register for nursery childcare with your dinner registration.
Adults gather for a time of renewal through song with Clay Davis and a word of encouragement from Fr. Paul.
Youth connect in age-specific programs for teaching and community:
Adults attend our weekly Bible study, or join a short-term topical study, all taught by Christ Church teachers and clergy. No RSVP is required to attend a study. View our calendar of upcoming studies »
Youth programs continue until adult studies are dismissed. Families leave together at 8 p.m.
Conveniently pay for all catered dinners through December 18, 2019 and expedite your check-in. Pay in full or in two installments.
Pay for All Dinners »
You will be prompted to log in with your church account. If you do not have an account, you can create one with your registration.
Pay for only selected catered dinners through December 18, 2019. Pay online to expedite your check-in, or choose to pay at the door.
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What does true happiness really look like? How can we attain it? Consider with us Jesus’ own answer to these questions through a study of his most renowned sermon to his disciples.
Jude charged early Christians with the vital task to “contend for the faith that was once for all delivered to the saints.” Reflect on the guidance given to us in this small, powerful New Testament epistle.
Few of Jesus’ questions are more significant than “Who do you say that I am?” In this course, we consider the possible answers and how they compare with the New Testament picture of Jesus.
The holidays offer challenges and opportunities for Christian families on mission in our culture. Join Fr. Paul for two weeks on how to be faithful witnesses in your neighborhood from Halloween to Christmas.
Raising children in today’s world requires courage. Christian psychologist and speaker Dr. Ken Wilgus leads this three week seminar equipping parents to honor God and serve their children’s needs.
Learn the history and meaning of Anglican Worship in this evening seminar. Dismisses after youth programs.
Sanctuary worship—no dinner or youth programs. Enjoy this special service of prayer and praise for God's blessings.