Sunday, May 26th, 2013 Trinity Sunday
10:30 am Holy Communion*
6:30 pm Evening Prayer and Praise
with Holy Communion**
* Followed by a coffee hour and fellowship in the church hall
**Followed by a light meal and fellowship in the church hall
Christ Church is the only English-speaking church in the city and surrounding area. Our services and most other activities are held in English.
You will find that we are a small congregation with a big heart and spirit. We sing joyfully, we worship prayerfully, we eagerly seek to learn more about God and to deepen our relationship with the Holy One and we gratefully serve the world in Jesus’ name.
We welcome you to worship with us or join us for fellowship within one of the many groups that meet throughout the week (see our “Groups” page).
The Anglican Church does not require you to be a member to join us for worship. We are an open church — we welcome all people no matter who you are or where you are on your spiritual journey. We are all travelers together. We don’t have all of the answers; we encourage questions and dialogue with God and each other.
Our understanding is that praying shapes believing. In other words, our faith is nurtured by participating in the worship and life of the congregation. That means that some of us have a deep and life-long faith and some of us aren’t even sure God exists. But all of us are growing in faith as we worship together.
If you seek a deeper relationship with God or even if you are just curious about God, we encourage you to join us. We will not make you stand up and introduce yourself. We will not find your questions disturbing. We will not assume that you know the answers nor will we assume that the answers we have found will be yours. We invite you to become fellow travelers on a spiritual journey that will take all of us to the heart of God.
Our Statement of Faith
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