All weekday services for the week of January 16 are canceled due to inclement weather. Call the church for more information at 864.271.8773.


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Wednesday
10:30 AM Rite I Holy Eucharist (canceled for January 19)

Sunday School

New Classes. New Opportunities. For All Ages.

Sunday School returns Sunday, January 9.

If you have other questions, please contact Addie Tapp. If you'd like to see past Sunday School recorded offerings, please click here to access the Christ Church Faith Development YouTube video library

Check out our Faith Development program offerings for all ages and stages 

School Calendar

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Children

Nursery
9:30 AM – 12:00 PM, Parish House

  • Infants – 18 months Room 109
  • Toddlers Room 112

Contact: Holly Melton

Children's Sunday School
9:30-10:15 AM, Parish House

  • 3K-4K meets in Room 101
  • 5K-5th grade meets in Room 217
  • Children’s Communion Class, Parish House, Graham Library

Join us as we dive into God’s word. We will explore the what, where, so what, and now what of biblical passages from the lectionary.
Contact: Holly Melton

Faith Steps
10:30 AM
Room 127, Parish House
We offer Faith Steps as a worship alternative for children in 3K-5K/Primer during the 10:30 AM services. Teams of parents lead a chapel service, simple craft, and serve a light snack.
Contact: Holly Melton

Check out last year's classes or get at-home ideas on the Children’s Ministry Playlist

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Youth

Youth Sunday School
Breakfast Treats: 9:15 AM, All Saints Center Lobby
Class: 9:30 AM, All Saints Center Gym

Join us in the All Saints Center beginning at 9:15 AM for breakfast treats. We will then all gather in the All Saints Center Gym at 9:30 AM where we will spend time doing some opening welcome & icebreakers, time for teaching, and then we will break into small groups for Middle & High school for discussion and application to everyday life.

Youth Confirmation
12:00 - 2:00 PM, All Saints Center

The Youth Confirmation program is open to those students in the 11th or 12th grades who wish to “when they are ready and have been duly prepared, to make a mature public affirmation of their faith and commitment to the responsibilities of their Baptism and to receive the laying on of hands by the bishop” (BCP, 412).

Our Confirmation Program begins in January.
Contact: Eric Travis

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Young Adults, Middle Adults, & Senior Adults

Young Adult Sunday School
9:45 AM, Room 251 (formerly The Open Door bookstore)
This discussion-based class that dives deeper into the readings you hear in church each week. Small discussion groups make this the perfect place to connect with other young adults to wrestle with scripture and it’s application to our lives together. Join us every Sunday or at whatever frequency is convenient for you and your family.
Contact: Addie Tapp

Parents of Older Children or Youth Sunday School
9:30 AM, Earle Conference Room, Parish House

You are invited to a time of Connection, Learning, Sharing and Discussion. This class is for those who simply want to share life together, dive deeper into the readings you hear in church each week and discuss how they apply to our lives as parents, our children and our families. The class is designed for those who have done little Bible study in the past.
Contact: Anne Green Buckner


Rector’s Forum
Live: 9:30 AM, McKissick Refectory
Recorded: Video released the following Sunday morning at 9:30 AM
Our Rector, The Reverend Dr. Harrison McLeod, teaches weekly in this lecture and conversation format. This session, Fr. Harrison will be looking at how the Bible & The Book of Common Prayer are interrelated. It will be a study of the prayers and services we use to mark our lives and how the Bible is our foundation and key.
(Please note: the recorded version of the Forum will be a condensed presentation of the previous Sunday's discussion.)
You may hear The Rector's Forum lessons offered during the pandemic by visiting The Rector's Forum Playlist on YouTube.
Contact: The Rev. Dr. Harrison McLeod

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Special Classes

Faith Perspectives for Adults
9:00 - 10:30 AM, Room 200, All Saints Center

Join in a lively discussion of Jesus Today, A Spirituality of Radical Freedom, by Albert Nolan; Orbis Books: 2006 (paperback around $13.99)

All are welcome, come join us! In this book the Dominican priest, teacher, and writer Albert Nolan takes us back to Jesus and his time. After surveying the signs of the present times and the challenges we all face, Nolan writes clearly and concisely how Jesus’s practical spirituality can be a guiding light, right now, for us or for anyone immersed in the busyness of this world. Jesus had a deep and intentional relationship with his Father, and in his life experienced a radical spiritual freedom. We can imitate Jesus’ spirituality, enter into our own personal transformation, and experience a spiritual oneness with God, our fellow human beings, and with the universe.
Contact: Fran Taylor or Judy Lineback


All weekday services for the week of January 16 are canceled due to inclement weather. Call the church for more information at 864.271.8773.