Christ Church
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Worship Times

All services listed below are currently suspended until further notice.
See information in the middle of our home page for current on-line worship opportunities.

8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist
(spoken service)

10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist
(with full choir, hymns)

7:00 a.m.
Holy Eucharist with Healing Prayer

Directions to
Christ Church

Our church, restrooms and meeting space are handicap accessible.

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The e-Prophet

The "e-Prophet", our electronic newsletter, was introduced in September 2011.  It is e-mailed out to parishioners and friends each week on Thursdays.  Through the e-Prophet, we are able to include photographs and links to websites, longer articles, and e-mail addresses.  Each week, the e-Prophet features what's going on at Christ Church this coming Sunday, short blurbs about events and happenings that are coming up, links to our website and to this Sunday's readings, reminders, a Prayer of the Week, and a link for parents to the "Family Faith Formation" for that week.  Submissions to the e-Prophet should be made to Mary Ann Lennon by Wednesday of the week that you'd like your announcement to appear.  If you would like to sign up to receive the e-Prophet by e-mail, please contact Mary Ann Lennon or click here to sign up online.

The Sunday Prophet

The Sunday Prophet is the announcement portion of our Sunday bulletin that is passed out on Sunday mornings. It has the weekly announcements, weekly calendar and the volunteers for the Sunday morning services. The Sunday Prophet keeps parishioners up-to-date on events. Submissions to the Sunday Prophet should be no more than three to five sentences long and submitted to Mary Ann Lennon by Wednesday of the week preceding the Sunday publication date.  Feel free to contact Mary Ann by email or by phone at her office in the Glebe House (978-475-0529, x 10).

The Prophet

The Prophet was Christ Church’s newsletter that was published several times a year on a seasonal basis.  We have decided to discontinue The Prophet, allowing staff and others to focus our communications efforts on the more timely publications of our weekly e-newsletter (the "eProphet") and the "Sunday Prophet" announcements that are incorporated into our Sunday service leaflet. The last issue of The Prophet was the Advent-Christmas-Epiphany 2016-2017 issue.