Visiting a new church can be overwhelming! We know as we’ve been there before. We created this page to help you prepare for your first visit to Christ Church to know exactly what to expect.
Our leading service is called Holy Eucharist (Holy Communion). It is celebrated at our 8:00 AM service without music, known as a “said service.” Music is an essential part of our worship at our 10:00 AM celebration on Sundays or other special Christian days such as Christmas and Easter.
While some parts of the services are always the same, others change. At the Holy Eucharist, for example, three Bible selections are read. These change each Sunday. So do the psalms. Specific prayers also adjust to provide variety. Page numbers for parts of the service printed elsewhere in the Book are usually announced or given in the service bulletin. But do not be embarrassed to ask your neighbor for the page number.
You will find the services of the Anglican Church beautiful in their ordered dignity, God-centered, and yet mindful of the nature and needs of human beings. Whether you’re new to church and faith, or a longtime Jesus-follower, we have a place for you.