The death and resurrection of Jesus changes everything!
Through Christ, God redeems us, feeds us, and sustains us. Therefore, we gather to give God thanks and praise for his wonderful grace!
We are a liturgical church. This simply means that we follow an order in our service that guides our engagement with God. Our liturgy draws us into a dialogue with God that elicits our active participation in song, prayers, readings, and responses. At Christ Church, worship is not a performance put on for an audience, but rather a communal banquet in which we feast on God’s grace in prayer, Scripture, and sacrament. You don’t need to fear that ritual and ceremony leads to meaningless repetition. Instead, we find that our worship enhances our experience in worship by enabling everyone, especially our children, to participate through established rhythms and actions.
Our liturgy leads us to renewal by drawing us into God’s presence before sending us back out into the world to serve him. In doing this weekly, we gather to receive grace for the present and to anticipate the world to come—the day when Jesus returns to make everything right.