Fellowship is at the heart of our spiritual home.
We love to get together for food and fun. Throughout the year, we celebrate special occasions with church-wide events where we can connect with old friends and meet new ones.
In May and September, we host a Church-wide celebration called "Parish Day." The event begins with a gathering in All Saints' Hall for a casual worship service, followed by a buffet picnic lunch on the lawn where we celebrate with food, fellowship and fun. There are lots of activities for the kids, including games, a bouncy house and fire truck. Parish Day is a big event! View details »
Tuesday, February 25
We celebrate Mardi Gras-style before the start of Lent, complete with pancakes and New Orleans food and jazz. Learn more »
Sunday, April 12 -- Cancelled
After Easter worship, children are invited to hunt for Easter eggs on the Church lawn and playgrounds. Volunteers are always needed to hide the eggs and help with eager young hunters. View details »
This twist on Halloween is fun for all ages, as teens and adults decorate their car trunks and hand out treats to young princesses, robots, and super heroes. Learn more »
A warm weather tradition, we enjoy hot dogs off the grill on the front lawn. This picnic-like event takes place on the second and fourth Sundays during the summer. If you are interested in helping serve at a Hot Dog Sunday, please contact Kathryn Saunders. We'd love to have you!
Vespers in the Garden
Vespers in the Garden is our annual spring tradition welcoming newcomers to Christ Church. The Hospitality Committee hosts this casual, outdoor event which includes dinner, followed by a lovely candlelight Vespers service accompanied by the Christ Church Choir. We invite all newcomers to join committee members, clergy, staff, and Vestry for this special occasion, which takes place in the beautiful backyard of a nearby parishioner's home. For more information, contact Kathryn Saunders, Director of Newcomers and Parish Life.
Nearly 130 people play bridge in All Saints’ Hall on Friday afternoons. This is just one of four bridge initiatives at Christ Church, involving over 100 parishioners. The longest running is Wednesday Night Bridge. All are welcome to join this social game of rubber bridge; come with or without a partner. Generally we have 30 - 36 players. If you'd like to learn more, contact Kate Hill, or 704-365-3811.