The liturgy of the Episcopal Church is central to the life of Christ Church. Through the regular round of Sunday and Wednesday services, special services, and feast days, we give glory to God through our prayers, preaching, and music.
The word liturgy is derived from two Greek words meaning work of the people. All people are meant to be active participants in the liturgy. Lay Readers read the lessons. Lay Chalice Bearers and Lay Eucharistic Ministers share in the distribution of the Eucharistic Feast to members of the congregation in church or at home. Young people serve as acolytes, crucifers and in a host of other functions.
There are many other hands at work to make liturgical worship run smoothly at Christ Church. Many parishioners are greeters and ushers. Others polish silver and help set the table for communion.
If you are interested in becoming part of the hands that bring rich worship to Christ Church, click here to contact the Rev. Ann Gillespie.