- Saturday, November 21, 11-Noon
Advent Is Here
The season of Advent begins on Sunday, December 1st, and continues until we celebrate the birth of our Lord and Savior on December 25th. Please join us during this holy season as we heed the call of the prophet Isaiah, who urges us to leave behind our ways of fear and selfishness and usher in a new age and a new way of living – The Way of Love.
May you be blessed with time and space for worship, prayer, and holy anticipation this Advent!
Sundays at 8:00 am (Rite I, spoken service, with sermon and Holy Communion)
Sundays at 10:00 am (Rite II, with sermon, music, children’s program and Holy Communion)
Wednesdays at 10:00 am (Rite II, spoken, with Scripture reflection, healing prayer, and Holy Communion)
Christmas Eve at 3:00 pm (Rite I, with organ and classical guitar; a peaceful, meditative worship experience with sermon and Holy Communion)
Christmas Eve at 7:30 pm (Rite II, with organ, guitar, and choir; a festive, celebratory service with candles, sermon and Holy Communion)
Our Outreach committee are collecting socks and underwear at both services, that will be donated to local schools in the community. We are asking for socks and underwear in children and adult sizes. Please put your offering in the basket or box outside the elevator on the worship level of the church. Thank you!!
A consortium of Springfield congregations presents “Becoming Beloved Community: Understanding the Challenge of Racial Division in Springfield,” a six-part speaker series. The series begins on Sunday, June 30that 4 pm at the Central Community Center (102 W. High St.) and continues each Sunday. A meal will be provided following each speaker. Please complete the registration form below and there is a $20 fee.
Sweetness of Peace: February 17th from 2 pm to 4 pm
This year is the 14th anniversary of the Springfield Peace Center’s fundraiser, “The Sweetness of Peace”. This event will take place Sunday, February 17th from 2 to 4 pm. The “Sweetness of Peace” celebration will be held in 105 Shouvlin on Wittenberg University’s campus. Sponsored by the Springfield Peace Center, all proceeds will go toward “sponsoring” children for the annual Peace Camp in June. This 33rd annual Peace Camp is a community service provided free to the first 225 children who register. Desserts will be donated by prominent area caterers. Admission to the event is $15 which will allow you samples of 10 different desserts. The Springfield Youth Symphony Orchestra will provide entertainment and door prizes will be provided. The tax-deductible admission tickets can be purchased from any Board member (Christ Church’s Scott Dooley), at the Peace Center (224 W. College) on Tuesdays or you can purchase them at the door.
January is Christ Church’s responsibility to help serve lunch at St. John’s Lutheran Church each Friday. There are two shifts. The first shift prepares the meal and sets up from 9 AM to 11 AM. The second shift comes in at 11:30 AM to serve and clean up, finishing at 1:30 PM.
Christ Church is responsible for providing dinner to the guests at Interfaith Hospitality Network Saturday, June 15th at 6 pm. If you can help with this ministry please contact Lori at email@example.com call (937) 605-762.
If you have an hour to spare please join us for the food pantry delivery at 9 am at Christ Church. We unload food and remove packaging to get ready for Food Pantry on Wednesday, April 8th, at 9 am.