Our in-person Sunday worship has been suspended due to COVID. Please join us as we worship via Zoom and Facebook Live Sundays at 10:30. For those without computer access the dial-in information is: Phone Number: 646 558 8656.
The mission of Christ Church is to bring all persons to the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ through Word, Sacraments and instruction as taught through the Episcopal tradition, that all may know the joy and grace of faith, and to share that grace through outreach.
Worship at Christ Church is offered to God’s glory with the intention of inspiring the people of God to love and serve the Lord. To these ends we offer a variety of worship experiences. All services are conducted according to the Book of Common Prayer, or Prayer Book. Sunday services are a celebration of the Holy Eucharist, which is a worship service that includes the Word of God (Bible readings and a sermon), and Holy Communion.
All people who have been baptized with water in the Name of the Holy Trinity are invited to receive Communion. One may receive Communion in both kinds (bread and wine) or by intinction (dipping the bread in the wine before consuming it). The wine is served in a common cup. Bread is in the form of an unleavened wafer. Gluten free wafers are available upon request. Children may receive at their parent’s discretion.
Each Sunday a worship bulletin with information about the service, such as page numbers in the Prayer Book and hymn numbers, is distributed by our ushers. Ushers are available for assistance during the service.
Sunday services are adapted throughout the year to the Church season, with different colors to indicate the season, and different words and practices to express the focus of the season.
10:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist Rite II – In-person outdoor worship with limited seating – tickets required. Register here: Also via live stream on Zoom and Facebook Live. For those without computer access dial into: 646 558 8656.
Tuesdays and Thursdays
Centering Prayer – 8:00 a.m. on Zoom
Listen to an archive of Fr. Daniel’s Sunday Podcasts