Devotions for Lent
To help you make room for God in your daily life during the Lenten season, we have compiled a collection of daily devotions by Christ Church parishioners from all walks of life and areas of ministry. Click here to subscribe to receive Devotions for Lent 2017 via daily email. Printed copies will be available in the Church office and at the back of the Church and All Saints' Hall.
FAMILY Calendar for Lent
We encourage families with children two and older to participate in daily Lenten practices centered around the theme of building bridges. What does it mean to love your neighbor? How do you connect to those who are different from you? View a calendar of daily suggestions here, or stop by the Church to pick up a printed copy in the Rotunda.
Sunday Mornings at 10:00 AM in All Saints' Hall
We have an amazing line-up of important Faith Forum speakers during Lent. We will focus on building bridges and finding peace in a troubled world. Find details about all of these Faith Forum presentations here »
March 5 - Arie Kruglanski: The Price of Certainty
March 12 - Katherine Tyler-Scott: Developing Trust, Managing Conflict
March 19 - Clergy Class: The Reverend Marty Hedgpeth: Building Bridges in our Community
March 26 - The Very Reverend Walter Brownridge: Reconciliation: Repairers of the Breach
April 2 - Tom Franz: Cultural Dexterity in a Changing World
Join us for dinner in the Blue Room on Wednesday nights starting at 5:30 PM, and then stay for a variety of programs. Free childcare is available by reservation.
Wednesdays, March 8 – April 12, 6:30 – 8:00 PM, M207
Every Wednesday in Lent we will walk in the footsteps of Jesus as we travel through the Holy Land using pictures to experience what the Holy Land looks like 2,000 years after Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection. Childcare is available upon request to Debbie Pollack at 704-714-6972 or .
Wednesdays, March 8, 15 and April 5, 6:00 - 7:30 PM, St. Francis B
These classes use curriculum developed by Jim Fay, Charles Fay, PhD, and Foster W. Cline, MD, designed to give participants practical skills that can be used immediately with children of various ages. Registration ($25* per family) is required. Free childcare is available upon request. REGISTER HERE »
Wednesdays, March 8 - 29
1:00 - 2:15 PM, M206
A four-week series for those coping with grief and loss. Grief can be a pathway to growth, not in a way that justifies the pain or loss, but in a way that pays homage to our loss. No one need carry grief alone either; knowing that others understand how we feel can lessen the hurt and strengthen the hope. Each meeting will be led by The Reverend Lisa Saunders. Register online (link below) or contact The Reverend Lisa Saunders at 704-714-6952 or .
Spiritual Growth and the Enneagram
The Enneagram is about people -- how we are the same, how we are different, what makes us tick, how we get in our own way. The Enneagram can help us develop more authentic relationships with ourselves and others, and discover a deeper relationship with God. Learn More »