Are you looking for answers? We’ve got questions. Christ Church, Presbyterian is a theologically progressive and spiritually diverse congregation. We embrace a variety of faith journeys in our worship and approach our faith with open and questioning minds.
We are Christ Church, Presbyterian, but everyone calls us “CCP.” We’re known for being progressive, activist, mission-driven, social justice-oriented, and a little bit quirky and feisty. Not your typical Presbyterian church, but we’re grounded in the Reformed Tradition. For 65 years we have been trying – passionately and tirelessly – to be faithful followers of Jesus.
Statement of Solidarity: In this time of deep hurt and pain in our country, Christ Church Presbyterian stands in solidarity with all who are outraged and mourn the deaths of George Floyd and so many others. We recognize that the systems and structures of this country lead to the oppression and death of black and brown people on a daily basis. As a Matthew 25 church, we are committed to work to address structural racism and systemic poverty as we follow Jesus’ call to love and justice and hope. We will use this list of resources as a starting point for study, discussion and action to address racial injustice.
Worship in Time of COVID-19
In this time of social distancing for coronavirus, we have suspended our in-person gatherings, but continue to join for worship in the following ways:
Sunday morning: The weekly readings—both scriptural and contemporary– and our pastor’s sermon, prayers and a recorded hymn arrive in our Inbox. We are able to enjoy this part of our worship over coffee in our homes—knowing that others are reading along with us!
Sunday afternoon: We gather at 4 PM via Zoom for prayer, music, our expression of joys and concerns and, most important, communion shared from our own homes. This virtual gathering brings joy, connections and support.