Visiting Christ Church
Sunday is our traditional day of worship. The Holy Eucharist is the principal act of worship on this day, and the Book of Common Prayer guides our liturgical services. Our varied service schedule provides for opportunities to worship in different ways, from traditional to contemporary to the more contemplative.
Upon entering our campus on Sunday morning, you will be greeted by parishioners who can direct you to worship services, Sunday School classes, the nursery, or other areas.
Dress for services also varies. You will find more traditional church dress at services which take place in the church, and more casual dress at services which take place in Markley Chapel. Be comfortable - what you wear matters little; being present to worship our Lord is what's important.
Sunday Service Times & Information
8:00 AM | Rite I | Chapel
This service of Holy Eucharist immerses the congregation in the holy and intricate language of the Rite I service. This service takes place in Markley Chapel.
5:00 PM | Rite II | Chapel
This service of Holy Eucharist is a more relaxed service of Holy Eucharist. It includes music from a soloist and is shorter in duration than our morning offerings. This service takes place in Markley Chapel.
10:30 AM | Rite II | Chapel
This service of Holy Eucharist will include a traditional prayer book liturgy and sermon. Our Markley Chapel Musicians will create a holy space in which to worship with a variety of musical offerings and presentations. It takes place in the Markley Chapel.
10:30 AM | Rite II | Church
This service of Holy Eucharist will include time-honored forms and prayers, a sermon, and a presentation appropriate to the history of this service. The Christ Church Schola will continue our rich Anglican heritage through traditional hymns and anthems. This service takes place in the church.
Rhythms of Grace | 3:00 PM | Chapel
2nd Sundays, September through June - Rhythms of Grace is an award winning Eucharist designed for families with young children or those with members who have special needs. The service is shortened and allows family members to move, talk and explore. In place of a sermon, there are interactive learning stations. The group also meets for fellowship and a light snack after the service.
Clergy Schedule & Altar Flower Dedications
Interested in seeing who's preaching and who the beautiful flowers are dedicated to this week? It's listed on our blog by month.
Live Virtual Service
Our virtual service is the 10:30 AM service from the historic church. This full Eucharistic service includes
a thoughtful sermon by a member of
our clergy and beautiful music offerings from our Parish Choir. This service can be viewed on our YouTube channel and is viewable either live or immediately after each service.