A Celebration of Easter by the Altar Guild
Brotherhood of St. Gregory Visit
Beautiful Arrangement by the Altar Guild
Burning of the Greens at the Gardner Farm
Confirmation and Rededication
Members of the Youth Group serve Guests at Loaves and Fishes
Easter Narthex Flowers
The Adult Choir Sings in the Narthex under the Direction of Lynn Gardner
CEC Youth Group Members, Ready to Serve
Ladies Supporting the Oyster Roast
Saturday Easter Vigil with Lighting of the Pascal Candle
"Come unto me, all ye that travail and are heavy laden, and I will refresh you." -- Matthew 11:28
Thank you for visiting Christ Church! While no website can fully convey the true spirit of a church, we hope that by exploring this site you can gain a better view into our Christian community of transformed people. Please consider this to be an invitation to you to come worship with us and share our fellowship joyfully praising Christ in a caring and compassionate family of Christians.
Starting April 18, we are going to in-person worship in the Church at 10:30 with the following conditions:
Limit of 50 people social distanced. Please register on the website or call the office.
Mask required and Ushers will take temperatures.
Please be aware of social distancing. Rows that are open are marked with maximum capacity
Center rows are marked either aisle or center.
Side rows are marked either aisle or window.
Singing by Raul and Rebecca only.
Services will be like the services beofre Easter until we are able to have a supply priest for communion.
We are poised and prepared for our first communion service since the pandemic hit. YOU MUST pre-register on line under the volunteer tab on the homepage of this website.
We will live stream the service on Facebook as we did on Maundy Thursday and Easter.
Bible study will move to 9:00AM on Sundays via Zoom with an easy to find link on the CEC website.
Bible study continues in the book of Genesis. We hope you will join us at 9:00 a.m.
Even though we will not be literally passing the plate on Sunday, you are encouraged to continue to keep the Church in mind with your generosity. We are working harder than ever to continue to be the Church in this strange time, and need your support. There is a PayPal link on the giving page of our website, where you can easily give online. A link to the page is below. If you prefer to give to the Church with a check or cash you may mail those gifts into the Church, or simply put them through the mail slot of the Church office. Once again thank you for your support during this time when we are called to be physically distant.