Our church home is a place of affirming sanctuary, where many find hospitality and hope, even redemption and peace. Worship here is always about thanksgiving and overflowing with themes of God’s grace, God’s call to justice, and our responsibility to one another as God’s children.
We experience joy, laughter, and delight in moments of shared liturgical celebration, as we experience the awe of God’s presence among us in moments of ministry that include healing prayers, outreach, and pastoral care with the people around us. We continue to discern our ministry, as our hearts are continually tuned to sing God’s praise.
We are pleased to announce some new opportunities for prayer and discernment here at Christ Church Cambridge! Beginning on March 10th, on Monday evenings during the season of Lent, we will hold a 6:00 p.m. contemplative prayer service. Beginning on March 17th, this service will be followed by a simple supper and Bible Study on the writings of St. Paul. We will take as accompanying text the book The First Paul: Reclaiming the Radical Visionary Behind the Church’s Conservative Icon. Copies will be available for purchase at Social Hour and in the Parish Office.
Contemplative Prayer Service begins on March 10th.
Bible Study begins on March 17th.
Visit our calendar for dates, or read Jon’s article in the March Leaflet for full details. We hope you can join us!
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