The labyrinth is an ancient tool for prayer, an invitation to slow down and attend to the journey of life.  Labyrinths are not meant to be solved but simply to be walked, quietly, prayerfully, deliberately. St. Christopher’s member Michael Walther created a labyrinth on the church grounds in 2010 as an Eagle Scout project, with …

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Leading in worship

Worship is the work of the whole community, so there are many ways St. Christopher’s members assist with leading worship: Greeters welcome the community to worship Readers read the scripture lessons aloud each week Chalice bearers help to lead the community’s prayers and serve Communion Coffee hosts provide and serve refreshments following worship. Interested in …

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A gathering of recent sermons from St. Christopher’s. Take a moment to be centered, to be renewed, to be challenged, to be sent….  

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Cross station

Stations of the Cross

Christians have been walking the Stations of the Cross for centuries.  The Stations are a series of stops along Jesus’ way from his condemnation before Pilate to his death on the cross. Walking the Stations is a form of prayer that can help us to meditate on Christ’s suffering and on his continued presence among …

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Worship times

Every Sunday morning: 10:30am Eucharist We gather around God’s word and the Communion table where Christ promises to meet us, week after week.  We sing together, pray together, and are renewed for lives of service.  From September through May, the St. Christopher’s choir helps to lead worship most Sundays. During the school year (September through …

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