Sundays, March 5 & 12, Noon - 1:30 PM
This class is a wonderful opportunity for parents (or grandparents, sometimes) and children in Kindergarten through 4th grade to learn more about the traditions surrounding the Eucharist, led by The Reverend Matt Holcombe. Families should plan to attend both sessions. Lunch will be provided. Childcare for younger siblings is available upon request. REGISTER HERE »
Low country Boil
In late spring, we enjoy a fabulous evening of food and fun on the terraces at Christ Church, all to support ministries with children. Southern fare, homemade desserts, beer, wine, a silent auction, and bluegrass music!
Vacation Bible School
This annual summer week of learning and fun for children ages two through fifth grade is always a highlight of the year for participants and leaders alike! Learn more »
Blessing of the Backpacks
In August we celebrate and bless the beginning of another school year. We encourage students of all ages to bring their backpacks to Church for a special blessing during the 10:30 AM worship services.
This is a great opportunity to get to know current and future parents of Christ Church at an informal night of fellowship, pizza and good cheer, sponsored by the Nursery Committee. Details for 2017 TBA.
Advent Festival - November 27
On the first Sunday in Advent, we enjoy an inter-generational celebration to prepare us for the season. Families are invited to make Advent wreaths and Jesse Tree ornaments to adorn the tree in the rotunda. It is a great way to start the Advent season and spend time together. Learn more »
Christmas Pageant - December 18
Come enjoy the reenactment of the miracle of the birth of Jesus by the children of Christ Church. Learn more »
Fourth Grade Bible Presentation
Each year, children in our fourth grade Sunday School classes work on learning the books of the Bible. Each student who completes this task is presented with a Bible.
He, She, We and God - Faith and Human Sexuality
He, She, We and God is a unique opportunity to place the gift of sexuality within our Christian Faith. The program is designed especially for our fifth grade "tweens" (not yet teenagers, they are in be"tween") and their parents. The leaders for the event are parishioners who are committed to making a connection with the tweens and helping them see that our community is interested in them during these important years of growth and change.