St. Christopher is certainly a little rough around the edges, with his fearsome appearance and the unclear details of his life. But his name means “Christ-bearer,” and that’s a pretty great name for a church, in my book….
The description of the day of Pentecost in the second chapter of Acts is filled with fantastic stuff: tongues of fire dancing on the heads of ordinary folks, languages of the world singing God’s praise, and a sound from heaven like a holy freight train.
We’ve been blessed to have Patti Sells called as our Deacon at St. Christopher’s–now it’s time to celebrate! During the 10:30 worship service on May 13, we’ll have a celebration of new ministry for Patti. This is a chance to give thanks for her work among us and to pray for her and bless her …
Ever wonder what’s involved in being a reader in worship? Or in taking communion to homebound members of the congregation? Or in serving at the food bank? On Sunday, May 6, there will be a ministry fair at 11:45am, immediately following worship, with tables representing a number of ministries at St. Christopher’s. Come to learn about the …