There are a variety of
on-going programs and ministries for both parishioners and guests at St. Christopher's. We invite you to browse through
this page to find your area of interest.
Be sure to review The Christ Bearer for periodic events and happenings.
school for all adults begins at 9 a.m. each Sunday morning. Sunday school for children begins at 10:00 Children join their
parents in church at the "Passing of the Peace".
Daughters of the King is an order of women in the Episcopal Church who have taken vows of prayer, study and service to others. St. Christopher's
chapter meets the first Sunday of each month and the meetings include a book study. For more information, contact Candia
Episcopal Church Women
Members of the ECW (and the diocesan ECW) meet regularly and work on a variety of projects through out the year. For more information contact Carolyn Jones.
Brotherhood of St. Christopher's
The Brotherhood of St. Christopher's
is an organization designed to aid men in their Christian growth. This group bases its fellowship around prayer, Bible Study
and service. The Brotherhood meets every Saturday morning beginning with breakfast at 8:00 a.m. For more information contact
Doug Cashell, 794-3432.
Thursday Men's Bible Study
bible study group has met for many years in the upstairs kitchen of the church. For more information, contact Karl Morris
This is a dedicated
group of parishioners who prepare the altar for all services. For more information contact Debbie Maines
Music programs are under the direction of Organist/Choirmaster Jane Ann
Wilson. The Adult Choir rehearses on Wednesday following supper at about 7:00. The Children's choir rehearses at 9:00
on Sunday morning. For more information contact Jane Ann Wilson at 799-5084.
Foyer families are small groups meeting once per month in members' homes for a simple meal and relaxed
conversation together. For more information contact Paula Purkeypile at 698-8721.
This group guides and assists people during the Sunday services. Contact Terry Kireilis 791-5084.
Layreaders & LEMs
Layreaders participate in each service by reading the
lessons and serving the chalice. Lay Eucharistic Ministers (or Lay Eucharistic Visitors) bring Holy Communion to those who
are ill or homebound. For more information contact Jan Kireilis at 791-5084.
group assists at the altar during each service. For more information contact Linda Goff at 787-3116.