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During Lent, Christ Church encourages its parishioners to devote themselves to self-examination and spiritual discipline in the form of giving alms, prayer, fasting, and confession (Matthew 6:1-24).
The Bible demonstrates a profound link between repentance and fasting and the manifestation of God’s presence. This is illustrated in a great Lenten hymn:
“Alone and fasting Moses saw the loving God who gave the law; and to Elijah, fasting, came the steeds of chariots of flame; so Daniel trained his mystic sights, delivered from the lions’ might; and John, the bridegroom’s friend, became the herald of Messiah’s name."
Pick up Lent Daily to guide you on your Lenten journey with Jesus. Copies will be available in the lobby and bookstore during Lent. Take one for a friend, too!
Thursday, March 29 @ 7 p.m.
Sit at table with Jesus at the Last Supper as we commemorate the institution of Holy Communion and strip the sanctuary in preparation for Christ’s Passion.
Friday, March 30 @ 12 noon
Walk with Jesus through his Passion and death, as he bears the sin of the world. At noon, join us in the Sanctuary as we walk the Stations of the Cross.
Friday, March 30 @ 7 p.m.
Please join us for this performance of Johannes Brahms’ "Requiem," Op. 45, as we commemorate Christ’s sacrifice for our salvation. This masterwork will be performed by Dallas Baptist University Chorale and Christ Church Choir, with orchestra, soloists, and Dr. Stephen Holcomb conducting. The concert is free to the public.
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Begins Sunday, February 25 @ 9:15 a.m.
An 8-week course exploring the beliefs and practices most central to our faith, Foundations equips you for a life of discipleship to Jesus.
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Begins Monday, February 19 @ 6:30 p.m.
Are you new Lent? Are you intimidated by spiritual disciplines like Fasting and Confession? Are you looking for small group Bible study? Come journey through Lent with us!
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Begins Wednesday, February 21 @ 6:30 p.m.
Jesus kept Sabbath and taught his disciples to do likewise, yet many Christians do not keep Sabbath or understand its importance. Join Fr. Paul and Fr. Bryan this Lent as we explore the biblical meaning of Sabbath and how to keep the Sabbath as a community.
Every Sunday, Anglicans confess their sins and receive God’s absolution corporately. Many of us regularly repent and ask God for forgiveness in our personal prayer life. But did you know you can also confess your sins and receive God’s absolution privately with a Priest?
This Lent on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday, the clergy of Christ Church Plano will be available for the sacramental rite of Confession and Reconciliation of Penitents. Private Confession invites us to get specific about our sin, seek accountability, and receive the healing grace of God in our lives. This is a great opportunity to begin and end a Holy Lent.
Please schedule at time using the following links. Space is limited.
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Our doors are always open to those in our neighborhood.
We support the work of parents, value children with us for worship, and provide excellent care for infants and toddlers. We serve a beautiful and diverse community. Join us for worship and meet our church family.
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We are located at 4550 Legacy Dr., Plano, TX 75024 in north Plano between Coit and Preston Roads.
Communion is served at all weekend services.
Children and students (preschool-12th grade) are invited to join our Sunday School activities during Sanctuary services. Older children (3rd-12th grade) will rejoin their parents for communion at the midpoint of Sanctuary services.
Nursery care is available for newborns and toddlers, no reservation required.
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