Join us Sunday for Lexie's Burger Bus
We will celebrate gathering again after the summer with an outdoor event after the 10:00 am service. Bring lawn chairs! Our local food truck from Lexie's in Exeter will return after their very popular 2019 visit (remember then? Before Covid?). Make plans to join us!
Choir at Christ Church Returns
The Christ Church Choir will resume rehearsals and regular Sunday services this fall, beginning on September 12 for our Kickoff Sunday.
We will offer two rehearsal times: Wednesday evenings from 7-8:30 pm, and Sundays from 11:15-12:30. The choir sings at the 10:00 am service most Sundays between Labor Day and Memorial Day, with special offerings on Christmas Eve and Good Friday. We will provide singers’ masks for the safety of all. Music reading is not required, but singing experience is helpful. Email Director of Music, Maggie O’Neill at email@example.com with inquiries. Join us!
Sunday Worship Information
Download the Sunday bulletin HERE
Preacher: The Rev. Mark Pendleton
To add a name to our ongoing prayer list, please send it to Darla Watt in the office (firstname.lastname@example.org)
8:00 a.m. Eucharist Outdoors in the Courtyard
(Weather permitting) Bring lawn chairs!
If it rains, we will move the service inside.
10:00 a.m. Eucharist inside the church. (Masks Required)
We live-stream all worship services from our YouTube channel, "Christ Church Exeter, New Hampshire"
Because New Hampshire (and Rockingham County) has entered the "substantial spread" category of Covid-19 infection, we have returned to "Masks Required" for those worshipping indoors on Sunday mornings and using our buildings.
We encourage all those who can get vaccinated to do so.
We are grateful for the continued generosity and support of God's mission in and through Christ Church! You can continue to mail in your giving envelopes or give online.
Use this link to see the latest financials from July, 2021
This Fall Christ Church as a community is invited to read The 1619 Project, an ongoing project from The New York Times Magazine that “aims to reframe the country’s history by placing the consequences of slavery and the contributions of black Americans at the very center of our national narrative.” Join us in reading The 1619 Project at the New York Times Magazine here or for free through the Pulitzer Prize Center here.
Zoom gatherings will be on Monday evenings at 7 p.m. on September 13, 20 and 27. Special Q&A on October 7.
From the New York Times description of the project:
“The 1619 Project began with the publication, in August 2019, of a special issue of The New York Times Magazine containing essays on different aspects of contemporary American life, from mass incarceration to rush-hour traffic, that have their roots in slavery and its aftermath. Each essay takes up a modern phenomenon, familiar to all, and reveals its' history."
Church Office Hours
Monday 9 am - 12 Noon
Tuesday 9 am - 12 Noon
Wednesday 9 am - 4 pm
Thursday 9 am 12 Noon
OFFICE CLOSED ON FRIDAYS