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First Same-gender Blessing

Posted by Development , April 22, 2013

Historic Christ Church celebrated its first same-gender blessing on Sunday, April 21. The Rev. Ann Gillespie, Christ Church Senior Associate Rector, officiated at the service, “As an Episcopal faith community, we witnessed and asked God's blessings upon the lifelong commitment Melissa Capers and Brunilda Hernandez have made to one another. This is a significant and joyful event, not just in the life of Melissa and Bruni, but in the life of our church: as a congregation, we are taking a historic and faithful step closer to the inclusive, abundant, generous outpouring of God's kingdom.”

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International Women's Day

Posted by Alecia, February 19, 2013

Over time and distance, the equal rights of women have progressed. We celebrate the achievements of women while remaining vigilant and tenacious for further sustainable changes. There is global momentum for championing women's equality.

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Liturgy of Mourning for the Loss of a Loved One

Posted by Alecia, February 13, 2013

Many of us have lost loved ones who died in far away places and we were unable to grieve in the context of a worship service. On February 24 we will offer a special service of mourning along with our regular 5:00 p.m. Holy Eucharist in the Church. Please bring a picture or memento of your loved one.

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Meet Michelle Baize

Posted by Tara, August 2, 2012

Michelle Baize is our new Administrative Assistant to Outreach and Missions and Pastoral Care, the post recently vacated by the retirement of Mary Dixon Hutcheson.

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HVAC Study Group Formed by Vestry

Posted by Alecia, July 31, 2012

Most of us have been uncomfortable at one time or another in our church buildings and some of us know about the complexity of issues that brings this about. Others know about how much all these repairs and maintenance cost. Still others know about technology changes in the past 60 years that make these systems more ecologically responsible, responsive to people’s needs, and cost effective. Every one of us cares about the historic significance of these buildings we cherish.

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