True Worship leads to Mission

Christ Church is all about worshipping the Triune God, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We gather together and worship the risen Lord and this has always been central to the identity of Christ Church. But true worship of God must always lead to mission. If what we sing and what we preach only turns us in upon ourselves then we are preaching a different gospel. The good news turns us upward to God in restored relationship and outward to our fellow man in the ministry of reconciliation.

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Word & Sacrament

Christ Church is a Bible church and the Bible is all about Jesus. Thus, Anglican liturgy is all about Jesus, the Word made flesh. We read the Word, preach the Word, and receive the Word in the Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper.

Jesus is the Logos, the Word made flesh who dwells among us by His Spirit, who teaches us, and who feeds us. He is the center of our worship service, Word & Sacrament together. We hear the words of Christ by faith and we receive the body and blood of Christ by faith. The atoning work of Jesus is central to our worship.

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