Armonia Nova

Posted by Meredith, January 2, 2018

O Luminous Night

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A Testament of Hope

Posted by Meredith, January 2, 2018

The line of progress is never straight. For a period, a movement may follow a straight line then it encounters obstacles and the path bends. It is like curving around a mountain when you are approaching a city. Often it feels as though you were moving backward, and you lose sight of your goal; but in fact, you are moving ahead, and soon you will see the city again, closer by. – excerpt from Where Do We Go from Here: Chaos or Community? 1967

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New Year's Eve 2017

Posted by Meredith, December 15, 2017

First Night Alexandria

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Christ Child Ministry 2017

Posted by Meredith, November 20, 2017


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Lessons and Carols 2017

Posted by Meredith, November 14, 2017

Join us for A Service of Nine Lessons and Carols on Sunday, December 3 at 5:00 p.m. The combined choirs of Christ Church, brass quintet, guest organist Dr. Daniel Aune, and readers from throughout our community will re-tell the story of human salvation. The service will include the premiere of a new anthem commissioned by Christ Church from noted British composer, Philip Moore. A festive reception will follow in the Auditorium. The doors to the church will open at 4:30 for seating. Bring a friend!

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A Service of Thanksgiving

Posted by Meredith, November 13, 2017

Thanksgiving Service with Beth-El Hebrew

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All Saints Sunday 2017

Posted by Meredith, October 17, 2017

All Saints’ Sunday Requiem

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Episcopal Relief & Development Response

Posted by Meredith, September 21, 2017

Statements from Episcopal Relief & Development on hurricane and earthquake relief efforts 

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Welcome Sunday 2017

Posted by Meredith, September 5, 2017

Welcome Sunday: Fun, Games, and Potluck Picnic

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A Statement from the Bishops of Virginia about the Charlottesville Tragedy

Posted by Meredith, August 15, 2017

On Saturday our hearts were broken. An angry group of neo-Nazi and fascist protesters came into Charlottesville, Virginia, armed and armored, looking for trouble. The violence and loss of life suffered in their wake signaled yet another escalation of the hate-filled divisions of our time. The peace of a beautiful university town was shattered. The images that some had of America were broken. 

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