Weekly news & announcements
May 27, 2021
Your faithful giving support our mission and serves Christ in all persons, loving our neighbors as ourselves. Give online.
10 a.m. Worship THIS SUNDAY is on ZOOM
Join us on Zoom this Sunday, May 30 for an intimate service. The Zoom link will be sent in tomorrow's service access email AND Sunday morning.

Please note the service WILL NOT be streamed on Facebook or the website.
Regathering at Christ Church: In-person, indoor worship begins June 13

It is a joy to be able to begin gathering again in our brick-and-mortar spaces. Our time in the wilderness is just about over. Thanks be to God! With continued care and mindfulness, we can do our part to hasten the day when we can be together with minimal worry. Thank you for your faithful patience.

See the worship schedule and read the guidelines in full here. Stay up to date on Regathering and Covid-19 guidelines on our website.
Memorial Garden Care
Please consider volunteering a week or two this summer to help care for our lovely Sanctuary Garden. The tasks include light weeding, dead-heading and keeping walkways and benches clean. No watering or lawn care is required. Please contact Winnie or the office to sign up. Your help is much appreciated!  
End-of-Year Bible Study Picinic

Yesterday, Bible Study met at DeFazio Field for a brown bag lunch to celebrate the end of another successful year of engaging the Word. Thank you to Tracy Rubin who continues to run this program that offers us a chance to learn more about Scripture and apply it to our lives.
Send Us Your Graduation News
Send Donna your spring graduations - high school, college, professional certification, or graduate program. We will celebrate these milestones in our upcoming issue of The Visitor. Please send as soon as possible.
Women's Dinner

Thank you to all who came to our first in-person Women's Dinner in over a year. It was a fun, fun evening. Thank you to Kim Lysaght for hosting us. Next dinner in late June. Stay tuned for more details.
Beyond the Parish
Episode 4 of The Episcopal Church's Tell Me Something Good is now available
The Rev. Nurya Love Parish, Plainsong Farm, Rockford, Mich., and Katie Forsyth, canon for evangelism and networking with the Episcopal dioceses of Eastern and Western Michigan, talk about the healing nature of getting one’s hands dirty in the garden and the gifts their dioceses have experienced by joining the Good News Gardens movement as a community of communities. Watch the video here.
View Regathering Team and COVID-19 Updates here.
If you or someone in your family is in the hospital or in need of pastoral care, please call the church office so that our clergy or the Pastoral Response Ministry team may be notified and tend to the need.
The office number is (781) 444-1469, and you can reach Nick at ext. 113.