Breakfast with Santa
Santa is coming to Christ Church on Saturday, December 3! There will be one seating at 9:00 am. Tickets are $9 per person.
Sunday In-Person Services
Christ Church is holding in-person worship services every Sunday at 8:00 am and 9:30 am. The 9:30 am service will continue to be available on Facebook Live.
Open Enrollment at Little Lamb Children's Center
Little Lamb Children's Center, located at 400 Ramapo Avenue, is now accepting enrollment for all ages, 3 months to Kindergarten. We have implemented all of the State guidlines for keeping your children safe and healthy.
A Message From Your Wardens
A message – this one from Jesus himself: "Where your treasure is, there is your heart also."
Your treasure is a necessity for the well-being of Christ Church. Please consider mailing your pledge or taking the required steps to donate on-line.
Facebook Live Services Continue on Sundays at 9:30 am
Fr. Stephen will continue to do a Facebook live service on Sunday mornings at 9:30 am.
A Message from Fr. Stephen
It seems like we're living in the meantime; the time in between now and what the Church will be and look like a year from now. I really don't know.
Actually, we have always lived in the meantime. It begins with today. We're put on this earth for a limited time. It is the meantime.
Bishop Carlye Hughes' Vlog
Bishop Hughes shows her sacred space at home and talks about the importance of making a sacred space for ourselves...
Now is the time to learn all you can about racism and white supremacy
We can't simply wish racism and white supremacy away, says Bishop Hughes – we will have to do the work. To prepare for that work, we need to not only work on our spiritual lives, but also learn as much as we can about the history of racism and white supremacy in our country, and she suggests some books and films as a starting point. Click on the link to watch the video of Bishop Hughes.
Monthly Pasta Dinner
The Pasta Dinner has been cancelled. It is uncertain when we will be open agian. Until then we hope everyone stays safe.
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