On a journey together with Christ – Questioning, Serving and Growing.

Worship Experience

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What to expect when you visit

Services at Christ Church

Our services are a blend of the old and the new. We aim for a progressive Christian message that applies analytical thinking to the word and our everyday lives. We blend traditional hymns with contemporary music, and graphics as well as audio and video to create a worship experience that lives beyond the service and empowers you for the world.

If you’re comfortable, let us know you’re here
New to Christ Church? Please stop by our Welcome Table to be greeted, collect a welcome packet and learn more about our faith community.

What to wear
Dress comfortably. Seriously, you’ll feel right at home wearing anything from shorts, to jeans, to business casual.

How long will the service be?
Our Sunday service usually lasts around an hour. We usually serve Communion the first Sunday of the month. Those services run a bit longer.

Speaking of Communion
Our table is an open table – all are welcome. Denomination and age are not important. And, to make sure that everyone can participate, the bread we serve is gluten free and we serve grape juice instead of wine.

Is the building accessible to people with special needs?
While our sanctuary is not wheelchair accessible directly from the street, our parish house is.  Access our ramp from our parish house garden, come right into the parish house and head to the rear of the building.  The entrance to the sanctuary from the parish house will be found on your right.

Try to stick around after the service for coffee hour
Please plan to stop by our community coffee hour, immediately following our 10:30 a.m. service.  Exit the sanctuary out the door to the front left and then follow the crowd to the Wesley Room.  We share coffee, light snacks (taking dietary concerns into consideration) and great conversation.  We look forward to saying hello to you there!

Our music during Sunday services involves a number of musicians, both band and choir members. Instruments played include the piano, drums, guitars and occasionally the organ.