The First Sunday of Advent Well, here we are on the First Sunday of Advent, the beginning of a new Church year. Happy New Year! Thanksgiving has come and gone . . . or mostly gone, depending on how many leftovers you still have. Black Friday and Cyber Monread 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.
Cinderella in the Bible Esther and Ruth are the Bible’s only books dedicated to the stories of women and named after them. Coming out of a heavily patriarchal, male-dominated world, the surprise is that women got any books at all. To my mind, Ruth is thread more
The Beatitudes. They form such a poetic and wonderful introduction to Jesus Sermon on the Mount. Beatitude means blessing. These blessings form a list of qualities, virtues, and actions that frame a Christian life – and we’re encouraged to adopt themread more
In the wider Protestant tradition this last Sunday of October is observed as Reformation Sunday. It commemorates the day—the 31stof October, 1517—when Martin Luther affixed his 95 theses on the door of the Wittenberg Cathedral. There were many fread more
In today’s Gospel we hear two of the disciples, brothers James and John, sons of Zebedee the fisherman, make a specific request of Jesus. They had dreamed, as most of the Hebrews dreamed, of a coming king of Israel who would set Jerusalem free of Romanread more