The Middle and High School youth group meets weekly to play games, worship, meet new friends, and learn about God’s love.
Godly Play meets on Sunday during the 10 am service. All elementary age kids are welcome to join us. Through parables, sacred stories, silence and liturgical action we discover the mystery of God’s presence in our lives. Godly play follows the school schedule and does not meet during the summer.
Intercessory Prayer Ministry
Should you want prayer to be offered for yourself or another, please contact one of the Prayer Chain ministers listed below. That person will then activate the Prayer Chain. Their phone numbers are at the front of the church directory. All you have to do is contact one person on the list.
The men’s group meets for breakfast Friday mornings for good christian discussion and fellowship.
Tucked behind the Parish house is a cobblestone labyrinth. It is available for your relaxation, meditation and walking enjoyment anytime throughout the year.
Friday Bible Study
The bible study group meets Friday mornings via Zoom to discuss the reading for the week. If you would like to join the group please email the church for the link.
Spiritual Direction is an intentional relationship through which one person assists another in attending to the presence and call of God in all aspects of life (Richard Foster). Or we might say, it is taking time out from our here-and-there lives to notice where God is wooing us right in the midst of it all.
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Red Door Pantry
Christ Church provides a no barrier food pantry that is open on Friday afternoons from 3pm – 4pm. The pantry is stocked by the generous food and monetary donations of parishioners.
-THIS SERVICE IS CURRENTLY SUSPENDED DUE TO COVID-19-
We are blessed to only be 45 minutes away from the Diocese’s youth camp on of Flathead lake. We often hold our Parish and Vestry retreats at the site and send many campers, councils and staff each summer.
Episcopal Relief and Development
Episcopal Relief & Development is an international relief and development agency and a compassionate response to human suffering on behalf of The Episcopal Church of the United States. Our work to heal a hurting world is guided by the principles of compassion, dignity and generosity.
We welcomed the Flathead Warming Center into our basement for the winter of 2019 and were blessed by their presence.
- Feeding the Flathead
We provide a home for 1 week a month to Community Kitchen – Feeding the Flathead to support their mission in providing warm healthy meals to the hungry.
St. Nicolas School in Haiti
We support an Episcopal school in the mountains of Haiti, in the village of St. Nicolas.