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If you plan to join us for worship, please watch our instructional video and make preparations with your family to stay safe. We will begin seating at 20 minutes prior to each service time. If you arrive early, please wait in your car until you see the sanctuary doors open.
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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 one of the greatest minds the church has ever produced.
Father Paul leads evening prayer and tells the story of the most famous martyr of the fourth century, who helped bring Rome's persecution of the church to an end: Agnes of Rome.
Father Paul leads evening prayer and tells the story of a woman who became mother to thousands of abandoned children in India: Amy Carmichael.
Salvation is not something we earn. Our identity—who we are—is determined not by how we look, or what we can do, or who we know, or where we live, or any other such measure. All such standards of worth and identity have been put to death.
Galatians is a book that reflects a moment of crisis. Paul’s passion and urgency as he writes the letter is unmistakable, and there is good reason for that. For what is at stake is the Gospel itself.
November 25, 2020
This week we turn our attention to the New Testament and the person of Jesus and ask the question: How does Jesus help us understand them better and how does he help us live more wisely today?
Sermons on Podcast
Jude. Fr. Paul examines the first of four ancient commitments of the church. We are called to guard the Apostles' teaching, which was given by God to give life to the world.
Psalm 63. What does it mean to desire God? Fr. Jonathan examines the nature of longing and how, even when we achieve our dreams, we desire more. In the Biblical image of the wilderness, we see how weariness can bring us to our greatest longing, God, who alone can offer sanctuary.
Revelation 2. Fr. Paul examines the sin of contempt and its prevalence in our nation, including the church. But we have hope, for Jesus meets us on the day of reckoning, using the consequences of sin to turn us back to God. Repent and return.
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