WORSHIP MINISTERS SCHEDULE
EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES
Adult Sunday School | 9:30 - 10:15 am
We meet weekly in the Community Center. The current study taught by Fr. Hunter on Our Creeds concludes June 27, followed by a scheduled break for all of July. Beginning August 1, join us in person or online for the next series on Sharing Our Faith. You can watch the live stream online here.
Family Sunday School | 9:30 - 10:15 am
This is a multigenerational class where you all learn together and meets weekly at 9:30 am. The current study taught by Janet Watson on Our Journey is based on the Exodus and journey to the Promised Land but relevant to our own story today as we leave unhelpful things behind on our spiritual journey to know Jesus.
We have a schedule break in July and will resume August 1 with a new series based on Growing Our Faith.
Following Family Sunday School, infants and children up to age 6 continue ministry time in the Promise Land wing of our campus. Children in 1st grade and up are encouraged to worship with their families. We understand they are not usually still or silent, but we welcome them and believe there is great value to having them join us in worship.
Sunday Eucharist | 10:30 am
Our Sunday worship service emphasizes the "three streams" of our Anglican faith: Scripture, Sacraments, and Spirit. The focus centers on the authority of Scripture and is expressed through observing the time-honored sacraments while experiencing the power, freedom, and ministry of the Holy Spirit. This is a liturgical service and includes Holy Communion; all baptized Christians are welcome to receive from the Lord's table.
Our worship services, classes, and meetings are mask-optional. During this transition, we will provide a "mask-required space" in the Community Center on Sundays at 10:30 am UPON PRIOR REQUEST for those who wish to worship in person and receive Communion in a more controlled environment.
For this option, please contact Lois no later in the week than Friday at 4 pm.
Our service is also live-streamed. We look forward to seeing you!
Deacon Kim Allen coordinates our Parish Prayers, altar prayer team, and intercessor groups. If you need prayer or an appointment, please reach out to her via email.
Deacon Kim's Book Club - Tuesdays at 7 pm (Online Only)
Deacon Kim Allen hosts a Tuesday evening book club. Currently they are studying Prayer in the Night by Tish Warren. Please contact her for additional information. You can reach out to her via email.
Women's Book Club - Wednesdays at 9:30 am
An in-person book club led by Janet Bell is being held during the month of June at 9:30 am Wednesdays in the Parish Library. This group is discussing Women of the Bible Speak by Shannon Bream.
Road to Recovery - Wednesdays at 6 pm
Let the healing begin! This 12-step, Bible-based ministry is led by Mike Pitman and helps you identify strongholds in your life and find freedom from their grip. Join our journey out of addiction on Wednesdays at 6 pm in the Christ Church Conference Room.
GriefShare meets in the Community Center at Christ Church. The next support group seminar begins Sep. 13 and meets weekly on Mondays through Dec. 6 You can join us any week and may invite someone you know who is grieving the loss of a loved one to join us. The group is open to the community, as the program is nondenominational and features Biblical concepts for healing. If you would like more information about the program, please contact Carol Pearson at 772.231.0566, or visit www.griefshare.org.
Women’s Bible Study - Wednesdays at 9:30 am
Our Women’s Bible Study is led Deacon Kim Allen and Sandy Bowler and is currently on summer break. They will resume in October to meet weekly on Wednesdays from 9:30 - 11 am in the Community Center. The next study will explore the book of Daniel. Bring a Bible and a notebook, and maybe a friend. Newcomers are always welcome!
Adult Bible Study - Thursdays at 7:30 am
The Adult Bible Class meets weekly on Thursday mornings in the Christ Church Conference Room and ends promptly at 8:30 am to accommodate our working members. The class is currently studying the Gospel of John and is taught by Dr. Bill Blackburn and John Campani. All material is provided at each class.
Daughters of the Holy Cross
The DOHC is a nurturing and empowering group of women and girls within the Anglican Church of North America who are united in committing their lives to the work and service of our Lord, Jesus Christ, and building up His Body, the Church, through Prayer, Service, Study and Evangelism.
Currently, they meet on the 2nd Thursday of the month after the 10 am Healing Service followed by a simple lunch. For more information, please contact Martha Willoughby at 772.231.3702. We look forward to getting to know more sisters in Christ.
Military Moms Prayer Group - Thursdays at 5 pm
Christ Church hosts the MMPG each week in the Community Center. The group of moms, moms-in-heart, and others with a loved one serving in the armed forces is non-denominational, open to the community, and always happy to receive new prayer warriors. They bring individual names of military personnel deployed or in training known to them to the Throne Room of God each week.
Christ Church Choir & Band
Make a joyful noise to the Lord! So says the Psalmist and we welcome new voices to support the 10:30 am Worship service. Due to limitations imposed by the pandemic, our support is limited to a vocal quartet ensemble on Sundays but rehearsals are held on Thursdays. We have openings for additional band members or orchestral musicians. The only requirements are a willing heart, time to attend rehearsals and Sunday services, and the ability to carry a tune or play your instrument under direction. If interested, please call Brady at the Church Office – 772.562.8670.
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