Join us Saturday June 3rd for our popular Trivia Night at St. Christopher’s. Socializing and dinner is between 4:30 – 5:30. Then let the games begin at 5:30. Adults $20.00 Ages 12-19 $10.00 under 12 Free. Pizza and Dessert included! Tickets go on sale this Sunday after church in the Hall during coffee.
Our next Baptism will be May 21 at 10 am. Please contact Michael if you or someone you know would like to be baptized.
Thursdays at 11 a.m. there is a drop-in Bible Study. All are welcome to attend.
A note from Brian McGuinness our new Church Committee Secretary One of the goals this year at the church is to find a way to include more parishioners in the decision making and maintenance of our church. As many of you heard this past Sunday we have created several committees and hope that members of […]
We will be decorating the cross Easter Morning, April 16. Please bring flowers and greenery to the foyer outside the Church office at 9:30 am and help us with this special task. We would welcome the children in the congregation to join in.
Saturday April 15th: Quiet Day from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. An opportunity to spend some time in prayerful reflection and meditation to end your Lenten journey and prepare for Easter Sunday. Please bring a bag lunch. Sunday April 16th: Easter Morning Worship of Holy Communion at 8:00 am and 10:00 am
Tuesday, March 21 at 2 PM. This is a wonderful opportunity to worship if you’re finding Sunday morning too early due to reasons like taking medications. It’s also a chance to come and worship with your friends who are in the position of not being able to come out Sunday mornings. Some tasty refreshments […]
We have our regular 8 & 10 AM Sunday worship and after coffee hour following the 10 AM service we we will be watching Doubt. This film starring Meryl Streep and Philip Seymour Hoffman will run for about 1:45 with a discussion to follow. Please bring a bag lunch. The film is rated G but […]
There are PWRDF Lent Reading booklets in the Hall and the Narthex for all who would like to do some daily reading of scripture for the forty days of Lent and all through Holy Week.
Next weeks movie, Mass Appeal with Jack Lemmon and Shirley MacLaine! Remember to bring a bag lunch and we’ll see you there. Popcorn will be served! Showtime is approximately noon and the film is 1:40 followed by a discussion.