Parish News and Current Events

Monday, October 23, 2017: Staff Meeting, 10 am; Choristers Rehearsal, 3:30 - 5 pm

Wednesday, October 25, 2017: Holy Eucharist II, Side Altar, 8:30 am; CCNS Chapel, Chapel, 9 am; Bible Study, Classroom 7, 10:15 am; Centering Prayer, Chapel, 10:30 am; CCNS Chapel, Chapel, 12:45 pm; Knit 1 Pray Too, 1:30 pm; Junior & Senior Choristers, 7 pm; Choir Adults, 7:15 pm

Friday, October 27, 2017: Confirmation Class leaves on Retreat, 4 pm Depart for Greenkill YMCA

Saturday, October 28, 2017: Confirmation Class Retreat, Greenkill YMCA

Sunday, October 29, 2017: Holy Eucharist, Rite I, 8 am; Holy Eucharist, Rite II, 10 am; Sunday School, 10 am; Cherub Choir, 11 am; Confirmation Class Retreat Returns, 1 pm

Mark your Calendars!!

Sunday, November 5, 2017: Phantom of the Opera, Silent Film with improvised accompaniment by David Briggs, 6 pm. Tickets and more information here.

Click here for the full Church Calendar.

Drive by Animal Blessing

Posted by Cris Thorne on OP7er @ 7:28 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aY9MqgwLH8g&feature=youtu.be

Christ;s Church, Rye, NY will be blessing animals in the garden off Milton Road from 4 to 5pm on Wednesday October 4th- and for animals who don't get on well with others, or for any other reason would be happier to remain in their owner's cars, Father Bob will be doing "drive by" blessing in the parking lot from 5 to 6pm

Church in the Garden!!

Posted by Mary McCarthy on OP3er @ 3:34 PM

Church out of doors was awesome!!

A perfect, sunny, summer morning!!

Choir Robes!!

Posted by Mary McCarthy on OA11er @ 11:08 AM

We are so excited we are jumping for joy!! The new choir robes have finally arrived!!

Picnic Day = Feast Day!!

Posted by Mary McCarthy on OP2er @ 2:54 PM

Henry and Jack Simmons showing off the crosses for both Ordinary Time and Feast Days!

Jack: "Is it Ordinary Time this Sunday?"

Henry: "It's a Feast Day! Because we're having a picnic!"

Awesome. Totally awesome...

2017 Annual Report

Posted by Cris Thorne on OA9er @ 9:08 AM

Confirmation Class, 2017

Posted by Cris Thorne on OA8er @ 8:48 AM

Congratulations to those who were confirmed and received into the Episcopal Church on Sunday, May 7th! We were honored to have Bishop Dietsche visiting Christ's Church and leading our 10 am service of worship. Congratulations to Jeb Bartlett, Marie Ueda, William Lavoie, Kari Lavoie, Bill Farley, Mary Churchill and Henry Wilson!

"Soup"er Bowl Collection for Caritas of Port Chester

Posted by Mary McCarthy on OA9er @ 9:28 AM

Under the direction of Father Sandy Key, on Super Bowl Sunday, February 5th, Charlie Howard, Grant Howard and Chris Urban collected $1185.00 for Caritas in Portchester.

Thank you to everyone for your generosity!!

On Being a Chorister, by Grayson and Nathaniel Findlay

Posted by Mary McCarthy on OA9er @ 9:41 AM

Being a chorister at Christ's Church is challenging, but in a good way. Mr. Sutherland makes it very fun, interesting and exciting. We have made a lot of good friends, too. We have been taught a very large range of choral music from many different composers, styles and periods with some musical theory along the way.

Over the summer, Mr. Sutherland held a chorister camp for us to expand our knowledge of music further and in between our lessons we played many fun games. We have also traveled to other parishes to explore, have fun, and to sing in a service for them.

Over all, being choristers is an amazing experience and extremely fun!!! :):)

Thanksgiving Project with St. Peter's Portchester--by Charlie Schulz, 8th grade

Posted by Mary McCarthy on OA9er @ 9:36 AM

Packing food bags at St. Peter’s was actually very fun!  It was a great way to spend a Monday afternoon.  It was really cool that there were kids from both Christ’s Church and St. Peter's so I was able to meet a few of the kids from the other church. 

By the time I left we had already filled up a conference room with bags full of food and were moving on to an office space. I liked the organization of the whole process and how everyone there seemed to be happy and willing to lend a helping hand! 

It was also cool to see people of all ages helping out. I’m only 13 and I was nowhere near the youngest person there, and on the other side of the spectrum, there were people there who were much older, but regardless of age, everybody did their part to put together the best meals possible for those in need!

6th Annual Christmas Tree Sale, December 3rd and 4th

Posted by Mary McCarthy on OP2er @ 2:34 PM

Please consider purchasing your Christmas Tree this year at Christ’s Church! This is our 6th Annual Christmas Tree sale. If you can, come early as we hope to sell out by Sunday afternoon.  All proceeds benefit Christ’s Church and its programs!

Time: Saturday, December 3rd and Sunday, December 4th:   9 am-5 pm
Place: Christ's Church Rye, Rectory Street

RAIN OR SHINE

Please contact Cynthia Howard at cynhoo23@gmail.com to volunteer, to help, or if you have questions.

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