Imagine this scene. The two tribes came together on the edge of the desert earlier in the day. Negotiations over water rights at the oasis had been conducted over many months. And now the time had arrived for the covenant ceremony that would seal the dealread more
St. Christopher’s Welcomes You!
We are an engaging community looking to have fulfilling spiritual discussions on life’s ever-changing dynamics.
It is our hope that this site will allow you to get to know us as a community who lives out the Great Commandment of loving God, our neighbor and ourselves.
Named for the patron saint of travelers, St. Christopher’s is a family size church in the process of making a journey towards growth and new vision. We are innovative and progressive, blending the old with the new. Ours is a diverse community of warm and friendly Christian people who welcome all.
9:00: Adult Forum
10:00: Sunday, Rite II Holy Eucharist (with Childcare)
10:00: Children’s Christian Education
Every Tuesday, at 12:00 Noon, a Healing Service with Eucharist is held in the Church. This is open to all who desire healing for themselves or for another. This casual service lasts approximately 40 minutes.
Those of you of a certain age will remember Flip Wilson. Wilson was an African-American comedian who had his own television variety show in the early 1970’s. His most memorable character was a woman. Wilson would appear, wearing a dress and high heels,read more
Sermon on the Plain Just about everyone has heard of the Sermon on the Mount from the Gospel of Matthew. It’s three chapters long, and it begins with the familiar Beatitudes or Blessings. “Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdomread more
BLACKFACE I had a phone call the other day from a friend who’s now serving as an interim priest in a parish in another diocese. My colleague called asking for a consult on a matter that had come up in the congregation. In preparation for producing a parread more
Prophet Jesus It’s tough being a prophet—a spokesperson for God. In our world we’d probably call prophets press secretaries or publicists. These jobs are difficult because the messages they’re called to speak aren’t their own. And sometimes theread more