Sustaining Our Community

Our Church Doors May Be Closed, But Our Hearts Are Open

Christ Church has paused in-person worship and is currently streaming services online only (via YouTube). Most other activities in our church facilities are currently suspended. 

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WORSHIP

We Are a Worshiping Community

Christ Church has paused in-person worship and is currently streaming services online only.

Online Worship

Our services are streamed live every Sunday at 10:00 a.m. You can access the stream on our website homepage or on YouTube.

Watch Live on YouTube

Download the bulletin and order of service for the 10 a.m. service:
Bulletin | Wrapper

The National Cathedral also offers an online celebration of the Holy Eucharist every Sunday at 11:15 a.m. Watch live at www.cathedral.org or on the Cathedral's Facebook page or YouTube channel. You can also download a service leaflet to follow along.

Regathering Plan

The Diocese has developed a four-phased regathering approach to reopening churches, in coordination with the Dioceses of Maryland and Virginia:

Christ Church has formed a regathering task force to develop further plans for reopening.


PASTORAL CARE

We Are a Caring Community

During this public health crisis, there are members of our congregation who need prayers and assistance ... and many who are eager to help.

Spiritual Support

The Pastoral Care Committee continues to pray on a daily basis for our parish family. If you have specific concerns beyond the scope of the coronavirus, please email Julie Lynch and the committee will add your concerns to our Prayer List. You can also submit a prayer request through our Contact Form.

If you need a phone call and prayer of comfort, email Julie and a member of the committee will reach out and give you a call.

Help with Errands

During this public health crisis, some members of our church are less able to leave their homes to run errands, such as grocery shopping or picking up prescriptions. John Lynch is coordinating our parishioner assistance effort.

If you need assistance, please email John and someone will get back to you shortly about your specific needs.

If you can provide help with errands, please email John with details about your availability to assist.

Other Assistance

If you need help with other matters, please email Judith Schneider, our Parish Administrator, during regular business hours.

If you have an emergency, please call Janice Musselman, Sr. Warden, at 315-265-6045 or Geof Fuller, Jr. Warden, at 301-452-0959. We have a priest on call to provide pastoral support as needed.


FINANCIAL STEWARDSHIP

We Are a Giving Community

Christ Church still needs your pledges and other donations to support church operations, staff salaries and our ministries, particularly in the absence of Sunday plate collections (which constitute an important part of our operating budget). Please continue to support Christ Church by mailing in payments or using our online eGiving portal. Thank you for your faithfulness and generosity.

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OUR MINISTRIES

We Are an Engaged Community

We have many ministry groups that remain actively engaged in their missions, despite the church closure. If you find yourself with more free time, this would be a good opportunity to get involved with one of our ministries! 

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LEADERSHIP

We Are an Enduring Community

As the founding church of colonial Prince George's Parish, Christ Church has been a steadfast community of faith for nearly 300 years. Since 1726, we have had 26 rectors, and we look forward to welcoming a new Interim Rector by July 1. In the meantime, our lay leadership is working hard to meet the needs of our parish with the support of guest clergy provided by the Diocese of Washington.

We are the Body of Christ and connected to one another through compassion and love.

Prayer for People Facing Great Uncertainty

God of the present moment,
God who in Jesus stills the storm
and soothes the frantic heart;
bring hope and courage to all
who wait or work in uncertainty.
Bring hope that you will make them the equal
of whatever lies ahead.
Bring them courage to endure what cannot be avoided,
for your will is health and wholeness;
you are God, and we need you.

Taken from A New Zealand Prayer Book—He Karakia Mihinare o Aotearoa’ (adapted)

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