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It is never easy to visit a new church for the first time and virtually may be even harder to navitagate. Contact us on FB messenger or email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know any needs you have connecting to Christ Church.
Worship This time is set aside for communicating with God from our hearts. We have live upbeat worship with guitars, drums -the works, as well as more intimate songs of worship. Everyone worships in their own unique way – for many, that means singing & clapping, and for others it means quietly reflecting on the words. You’re welcome to do whatever makes you feel most comfortable and helps you express your worship to God.
Children Your kids are always welcome at Christ Church. Children Worship & Nursery are temporarily not available in response to C-19. Go here for downloads to accompany virtual worship. When children’s worship is available, your child can enjoy specially designed worship experiences just for them in Children’s Worship.
Offering Each week there is a time to worship God through the giving of tithes and offerings. As a guest, please do not feel any pressure to give. This is an act of worship for our regular attenders, allowing them to thank God for all of the great work he is doing in their lives. It also gives Christ Church the means to reach more people for Christ in the future.
Message (sermon) Every Sunday, you will hear a relevant, straightforward message that is based on Scripture and is designed to be helpful in your everyday life. We trust that these messages will help you develop a growing, vibrant relationship with Jesus Christ and provide a strong biblical foundation for your life.
Communion in response to Covid-19 is taken with individually packed Communion Elements. At Christ Church all are welcome to the Lord’s Table to take Communion.
We offer in-person (with masks strongly recommended for both vaccinated and non-vaccinated persons) and virtual worship as a response to C-19. We monitor and respond to the recommendations from our Kentucky Church Conference and local health officials.