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You will receive Holy Communion at standing stations. Gluten-free is available at the welcome desk. Wine is served in individual cups. Receive your cup by hand at the base and place your empty cup in tray.
There is no fellowship after dismissal. Deposit your used bulletins with an usher as you exit, and leave promptly so we can sanitize the sanctuary between services.
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Praying with the Saints
Father Paul leads evening prayer and tells the story of Clement, a first century saint whose writings were so inspired by the Holy Spirit that some thought they should have been included in the New Testament.
Father Paul leads evening prayer and tells the story of Edmund, King of East Anglia, a young king willing to be martyred by pagans in order to keep his kingdom Christian.
Father Paul leads evening prayer and tells the story of Elizabeth of Hungary, a young woman who was both royal and humbly devoted to Jesus.
November 18, 2020
In this lesson, we will study what God says to Job in order to understand how this book equips us, not to have all our questions answered, but to endure through suffering with hope.
November 11, 2020
Job’s three friends attempt to make sense his trials by using retribution theology, a common and yet ultimately foolish response to suffering. But despite their foolish counsel, the failures of Job’s friends teach us what it means to read scripture well in light of suffering.
November 4, 2020
What could it possibly mean to be “wise” in the way that we respond to suffering and grief? Tonight we address questions like these as we turn our attention to one of the most haunting and profound books in the Bible, the book of Job.
Sermons on Podcast
Ezekiel 34. "What hope does the church have to offer to a world that has grown weary of bad leadership?" Fr. Jonathan examines the promise of God, how He takes initiative to judge those who abuse power and to seek those lost by injustice, through the life and ministry of Jesus.
Luke 19. Through all worldly changes, the Church's mission and message endure. Fr. Paul examines the amazing story of Zacchaeus's redemption, a lesson of hope that sinners who are sought by God's Son will be transformed into saints.
Hebrews 11. "Where are God's saints today?" We readily believe that those who have gone before us rest at the throne of God, but we often forget our own identity as present day saints. Fr. Paul reminds us how the day of All Saints commissions us to bear the hope of God's ultimate forgiveness and unity to the world.
Christ Church clergy and staff are reaching out to all active parishioners so that each household will receive a short pastoral phone call. Our desire is to be pastorally available and to pray with you over the phone. As we are a large parish, it will take a couple weeks to get through the list.
If you have a pressing need please do not hesitate to reach out to us by calling the church office.
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You can also contact our Pastoral Care ministers for assistance with caring ministries.
The Rev. Michael Funderburk
Your entire church staff is still at work, creatively continuing our ministries, and those ministries need your ongoing generous support.
If you have not already made arrangements to move your tithes and offerings online, I am asking you to visit our giving page today and make those arrangements. This season will last for a time, and we want to make sure our church remains financially healthy through it.
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You can also contact our Director of Finance for assistance in setting up your online giving.
The Rev. Toni Brown
Associate Dean of Finance & HR