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Christ Church will not host in-person worship at this time. All are invited to join us online each Sunday for worship and throughout the week for additional faith formation opportunities.
In the future, most Sundays Christ Church offers...
Worship for all ages at 9 AM
Sunday School for Children at 9 AM
Clergy Forum for Adults at 10:15 AM
Worship for all ages at 11 AM
Children's Chapel at 11 AM
Youth Group grades 6-8 at 5:00-5:45 PM
Youth Worship grades 6-12 at 5:50-6:35 PM
Youth Group grades 9-12 at 6:45-7:30 PM
Worship for all ages
Spoken Word Eucharist
Worship and formation times may vary. We encourage you to please check our calendar before you visit us.
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When we gather for worship, we find our center. We offer prayer and praise and leave prepared to meet the week ahead.
Worship at Christ Church is at once vibrant and contemplative: a combination liturgy taken from the Episcopal Book of Common Prayer, fused with contemporary and traditional styles. We strive toward creative and meaningful worship. Eucharist is celebrated at each service and through this Holy Communion we connect with God and with each other.
Nursery care is provided on Sundays for children 3 and under and children's formation is available September-May. Children are always welcome in worship, and those age 4 through 5th grade can come to the Education Building Sunday mornings during the school year for Sunday School (9 AM) or Children's Chapel (11 AM). Please check our calendar for dates of children's formation.

Our Saturday evening worship service is similar to our Sunday morning services, and tends to be more contemporary. People dress more casually for this service, including our clergy and worship leaders, and there is a praise band.

During worship we sing, hear from the scriptures, respond to the scriptures in prayer, and share in the Eucharist, which is also known as Holy Communion or the Lord's Supper. Everyone who worships at Christ Church is welcome to receive Eucharist. 

Worship in the Episcopal Church is based on the Book of Common Prayer, a liturgical book that provides a foundation for how we worship and helps guide our practice. Episcopalians worship in many different styles, from very formal rites with incense; to informal, casual services with contemporary music. Christ Church falls somewhere in the middle. For example, it is common in many Episcopal churches to kneel for prayer but this is not practiced at Christ Church.

Music is an important part of worship at Christ Church. Blending traditional hymns and contemporary praise songs, we are blessed with a vibrant and accomplished music ministry that provides inspiration and reflection for the week ahead.

Anything that is to be recited by worshippers is printed in the worship bulletin and projected on screens, as well.


On special occassions, we may alter our worship schedule. Please check our calendar before visiting us.

If you have any additional questions about worship at Christ Church, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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