All are welcome!
Whether you are searching for a new church home or planning a visit, we’re glad you have found us. At Christ Church you will find a welcoming and engaged community and many ways to nourish your heart, mind and spirit. Christ Church is a family friendly, multi-generational, inclusive parish.
At the heart of our life together is our worship service; we gather weekly to hear the Word of God through Scripture and to be fed at the Eucharistic table. Beautiful music, strong educational programs, and engaging outreach and fellowship opportunities enrich our lives and help us build community together.
We welcome any and all persons to Christ Church. Join with us to learn and grow in faith, build relationships of love and support, and go out into the world to serve the greater community.
Rector Search - We need your input!
The Search Committee is holding several group meetings to solicit the input of parishioners on
the qualities/attributes you would like to see in a new rector at Christ Church. One large group
meeting was held on March 17. Going forward, the committee will be planning small group
meetings with ministries and groups within the parish. For those who attend the early Sunday
service, a meeting will be held on April 7, after the 8:15 a.m. service. In these small group
meetings, committee members will be seeking your feedback on several questions about hopes
and challenges for the church.
If you are unable to join us for a small group discussion, please e-mail Anne Marchant with
your thoughts in response to the list of questions. Or, stop by the Church Office and place your
response in the mailbox labeled “Search Committee”. All responses will be held in confidence.
If you have any questions/concerns, please contact the Committee Co-Chairs, Bob Keener and
Scripture and Sermons
Sermons at Christ Church help us interpret the lessons of Scripture and apply it to our everyday lives.
Scripture for upcoming weeks
common art Exhibit
Sunday, Apr 7, 11:30 a.m.
We welcome parishioners and visitors to join the opening exhibit of common art at Christ
Church on April 7th at 11:30 a.m. in Upper Parish Hall. We will have an opportunity to meet and talk to the artists about their art work, which is presented for viewing and for purchase. Common art is a program of common cathedral at Ecclesia Ministries, which provides space,
materials and caring support staff to homeless people to develop their artistic abilities. People
who live in shelters, rooming houses, and on Boston's streets gather every Wednesday at
Emmanuel Church on Newbury Street to draw, paint, sculpt, make crafts, and to share with
other artists in like circumstances. For most members, common art is a singular chance to express their artistic gifts. Click here for more information.