The “Year of Unity” continues. Unity with God For the Season of Lent, we offer you an extensive program to improve your unity with God. Please see the several articles in this Chronicle describing the offerings. In addition to our weekly worship services, the Lenten program includes a Wednesday evening series, a daily Morning Prayer worship, a weekly service of Stations of the Cross, and an opportunity for you to make an individual spiritual journey (contact one of the clergy to begin this). Participate in as many offerings as you wish. I encourage you to use this season to improve your relationship with God. Unity with One Another The Lenten Wednesday evening program is designed for you to be in community with others through the sharing of a meal and the small group setting. We begin with supper and encourage you to eat with people you may not know as well as others. Then we will gather in small groups. Your group will stay together for the entire Lenten program thereby establishing closer relationships. May God bless you as you continue to strive toward unity with God and with each other. Blessings, Joan+
Posted by The Rev. Joan Mason on Jan 02, 2017
Annual Meeting Election Results The Christ Church annual meeting was held on Sunday January 22, 2017. Elections were held for a ... Read more
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