Whether you are a cradle Episcopalian or you are curious to see if the Episcopal Church is relevant and meaning for you in today’s world, we hope you will visit us at Christ Church where you will find us deepening our faith and asking questions. We are a congregation that is called to action and contemplation by the words of our Scriptures and the events of the world in which we live. We are a family gathered around Christ’s Table, and like any family, we have our similarities and our differences, but we are of One Body. So, whether you are a traveler passing through our area or someone seeking a parish family, we hope you will visit us…for a Sunday or a lifetime!
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We have temporarily suspended all in-house worship services at Christ Church and moved to worshiping online. Click below to access the services for this week.
The Seventh Sunday of Easter – Reflection & Prayers
Christ Episcopal Church, Corning; Church of the Redeemer, Addison; and Church of the Good Shepherd, Savona join in reflection and prayer with Father Troy.
The Seventh Sunday of Easter – Reflection & Prayer: Christ Episcopal Church, Corning; Church of the Redeemer, Addison; and Church of the Good Shepherd, Savona with The Rev. Troy PrestonFor those wishing to also take the virtual pilgrimage to the Washington National Cathedral at 11:15 a.m.https://cathedral.org/
Posted by Christ Episcopal Church on Friday, May 22, 2020
The Seventh Sunday of Easter at the Washington National Cathedral
For those wishing to also take the virtual pilgrimage to the Washington National Cathedral at 11:15 a.m. just click on the link labeled Home Page.
Special Music for the Day
Many thanks to Patty Campbell, Russell Patterson, and Lizz Jones for making this possible.
By popular request during these unsettling times…..Hallelujah
Posted by Patty Campbell on Thursday, May 21, 2020
Isolated but not Separated!
This Week’s Sermon
March 1, 2020:
An Invitation to a Holy Lent
The Rev. Troy Preston, Rector