Serving Our Own

Click on an Inreach Ministry below and find ways to serve.

This vibrant community of Spanish-speaking families has significantly grown and added a multicultural dimension to our parish. The 1pm service in Spanish is in keeping with Central and South-American influences and tradition. First Communion and Confirmation classes are offered.

Contact Jendy Galeas for more information.

Christian Education – Mimi Guerra & Letty Guevara

We are still following Covid 19 protocols are not currently able to provide our Coffee Hour.  Look for updates in the TWACC as to when we are able to resume!

We invite you to extend this gesture of hospitality by preparing refreshments, either alone or with friends, for our church family during coffee hour, 9:00-10:30. The typical fare is finger foods and small bites of all varieties (i.e., coffee cakes, muffins, donuts, cheese, fruit, vegetables) and juice.

The DOK graciously hosts the 3rd Sunday of each month.

To sign up, click here: Coffee Hour Sign Up

Our Helping Hands committee provides food and rides for parishioners in need of temporary help. Examples include: transportation to our parish, assistance getting to the doctor and church after surgery, meals following surgery, and other temporary circumstances brought to our attention. If you need help or if you would like more information about becoming a Helping Hand at Christ Church, please contact Kristie Bernard

Eucharistic Ministries

“For where two or three are gathered in my name, I am there among them.” Matthew 18:20

Trained Eucharistic Visitors will take communion to those who are sick or home bound and unable to attend services. Christ Church Eucharistic Visitors take communion to The Parc (a retirement community in Duluth), to individuals at home and in the hospital.

Training is available. For additional information, please contact Kerith Lee.

All are welcome to come and experience our Labyrinth.

Labyrinths have existed for centuries. The paths are marked by stones, bricks, grass, or mosaic tiles. They symbolize our life’s journey and are helpful tools for prayer, meditation, and reflection. Our labyrinth symbolizes a walk with God. We come closer and sometimes move away and only reach the center at one point in a lifetime. There is no right or wrong way to walk the sacred path. Slow or fast, it is the journey to God. Listen to your footsteps in the gravel and the sounds of nature around you. Turn your thoughts inward and reflect on your journey to God.

For more info on labyrinths in general, try these links.

Members of our church lovingly create beautiful prayer shawls that are blessed by our priest and given to a person suffering illness and/or grief. These shawls literally and figuratively wrap someone in the love of Christ Church. Some shawls go to recently bereaved parishioners, some to the ill, some to new moms, and some to someone who is just feeling blue. For additional information, please contact Sarah Randall.

The Stephen Ministry is a confidential one-on-one caring ministry. Each minister participates in 50 hours of intensive and structured training, works under supervision, and observes strict confidentiality. Ministers are available for services as a listener and will provide support to anyone seeking help in times of transition, loss, anxiety, grief, or trouble.

If you are interested in becoming a Stephen Minister or if you have need of a Stephen Minister, please contact Leila Martin, or the church office, A training class will be held in 2017 .

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The Order’s purpose is to bring others into a living, loving relationship with Christ and to help strengthen the spiritual life of our church and missions. A Daughter can be recognized by the silver cross she wears daily. Our very active chapter of this Episcopal order provides “Request for Prayer” cards for the congregation and supports many church and community ministries, including an annual Toy Drive benefiting the Norcross Cooperative Ministry.

Our monthly meetings, 6:30-8:00 pm on the 2nd Tuesday of the month, are open to all interested women.

For additional information, please contact Leslie Wengenroth

The Order of St. Luke, Healing Hands Chapter

Our healing prayer ministry consists of Christ Church folks who are members of the Order of St. Luke and Daughters of the King.  Sharon Pitman is the convener for the healing community at Christ Church.

During the 10:30am service each Sunday, a healing team consisting of members of OSL and DOK is blessed by one of our priests at the start of Holy Communion. The team is available for prayer in the parlor to anyone wanting healing prayer for body, mind or spirit. The team is also available in the parlor from 9:00-10:00 AM the third Sunday of the month and other times by request.

Contact Sharon Pitman to request healing prayer or obtain more information about the Order of St. Luke.

See the Volunteer? page for more opportunities to serve.

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