|As of Monday, 16 March, we will only open the church for private prayer at the usual times, but not for communal worship (and especially not for socialising). The centre is closed and will only be opened for the purposes of the washing of hands and/or using the toilets. All other activities are suspended until after the shutdown. Please check back here for the most up-to-date information.
For more information, see the letter concerning the Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak.
|8AM: HOLY COMMUNION (BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER)|
|Celebrated in a more traditional way, and with a contemplative feel, this quiet and reverent Book of Common Prayer service is identical to the way Anglicans have been worshiping since 1662 and before. Lasting a little less than an hour, this service is a wonderful way to begin a Sunday.|
|10AM: SUNG EUCHARIST (COMMON WORSHIP)|
|Utilizing the Church of England book of Common Worship, this is a full bodied Anglican service intended to showcase the best of Anglican liturgical and musical tradition. Aided by our able choir and world-class organist, each 10am service is truly a celebration! Due to the limited number of seats in Christ Church, we encourage people to come early if they want to get seats, but if you’re late, don’t worry—we’re always happy to make room for one more!|
|6PM: SIX O'CLOCK SERVICE (COMMON WORSHIP OR EVENSONG)|
|Our most contemporary Sunday service is the Six O'clock Service at 6pm on most Sundays (September to June). This service features our jazz ensemble and attracts those who are more generally interested in fellowship and discipleship, including those who are new to the area or who want to practice speaking English. We also generally enjoy a light meal or refreshments after the service together. Because it is a fellowship-oriented group, you can find information about the Six O'clock Service here.
On the first Sunday of each month (September to June), we hold a service of Choral Evensong, the jewel in the crown of the Anglican tradition. A unique blend of prayers from the Book of Common Prayer (1662) combined with best of our Anglican musical tradition makes for a wonderful way to finish the Lord's Day. You can also learn more about the psalms and prayers included in the service here.