Our Campus

We want to be your spiritual home.

Think of Christ Church as your home away from home — a place where you feel comfortable and welcome. Below are a few areas of interest on our campus. We hope you'll find your spiritual home to be a place of meaning and inspiration. One you may not want to leave!

Welcome Center

Visit our Welcome Center inside the Rotunda to see what's scheduled for newcomers. On Sundays the Center will have a volunteer to greet you and answer questions about Christ Church.

Church Offices

The Rotunda is where you'll find our Church offices and our receptionist. Offices are open 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday. Also in the Rotunda are wall racks containing flyers, booklets and other printed information like our newsletter, The Disciple, along with our weekly news sheet called News & Notices

Chapel & garden

We're an active church, but we have quiet places of contemplation, like our garden, where you can enjoy the beauty and tranquility of nature surrounded by birds, flowers and trees. This area is particularly beautiful in the spring and fall. We also have a small Chapel located on the Providence Road side of the Church which is always open for those needing a sacred place for prayer.

GoodNews, The Shop @ Christ Church

GoodNews was created over 40 years ago as a fundraising source for the missions of the Episcopal Church Women (ECW). It has grown into a unique shopping experience featuring beautiful jewelry, local pottery, as well as seasonal and liturgical gifts, books and cards. All proceeds go to nonprofits that support women and children. Learn more about GoodNews »

Goodnews Cafe

In 2014, the classroom and office beside the GoodNews Shop was renovated to become the GoodNews Cafe, a relaxing space with hardwood floors and comfortable chairs where you can sip coffee and chat with friends. While this space is always open, coffee is only available during office hours.

Art GALLERy

Outside of the GoodNews Shop and Cafe is a gallery that features local art for viewing and for sale, with 30% of the sale going to missions. Learn more about the Gallery »