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Sunday worship services begin at 11:30 a.m. We meet both in the church and on Zoom. Please check the website calendar for exact time and site of the service.
Our congregation has the most friendly and joyful greetings and exchanges in which we share genuine care and affection for each other in the name of the Lord.
We encourage daily Bible study and prayer and prayers are woven into each large and small group activity.
Our Daughters of the King have an ongoing food drive; we also collect coats, clothing and bedding to be donated to a local shelter.
We live the Gospel and teachings of Christ in our daily lives by treating others as our beloved brothers and sisters and by sharing our time and talent.
We organize the monthly Community Suppers at Christ Church and St. Michael’s. Last month we had fried chicken, vegetables, salad, lemonade, and cake. We had sixty-five of our Germantown neighbors join us!
Some took home food afterward for the next day.
After the prayers, we have the Passing of the Peace. It takes five to ten minutes, because everyone has to be greeted and sometimes embraced. Visitors have told us what a warm church we have!
Every month I send cards to whoever is having a birthday. I send get well cards, too. This ministry has helped me get to know everyone in the church, and I talk to them after the service.
When I first came to CCSM, I was privileged to join with the rector and a dedicated group of clergy and medical professionals in the development of the Wholistic Health Care Center in Germantown. It has truly been a joy, a privilege, and a blessing to participate in the sharing of gifts and talents that characterizesthe work of this congregation.
Our welcoming group connects the Bible with life choices and current issues.
We have the privilege of sharing God’s love with our neighbors in Germantown and across the city.
Check out our calendar for opportunities to grow spiritually, experience warm fellowship, and serve others.