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  • Study: Gospel of Mark

    Join us for Bible Study on Wednesday evenings from April 24 thru July 10 as we go through the Gospel of Mark.  Our discussion will serve to better understand the message of Mark in its own context and also how it can inspire us to bear witness to Christ in our own time and place.

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  • The Gift of the Prayer Book

    One of the most distinguishing symbols of Anglicanism worldwide is the Book of Common Prayer.  You will see them used by churches across the spectrum:  evangelical, broad, charismatic, anglo-catholic, anglo-orthodox.  Within its covers you will find everything you need for prayer, worship, Scripture reading, celebrating the sacraments, observing Holy Days (feasts and fasts), and pastoral…

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  • All Saints’ Day

    You are welcome to join us this All Saints’ Day.  Our Midweek Eucharist lasts about 35 minutes.  It is perfect for those who work nearby, for college students, and for those who are unable to attend on Sunday because of work or travel.  At our Midweek Eucharist, we observe the commemorations and feasts of church…

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  • Faith Gone Forth

    Sunday Homily – October 22 1 Thessalonians 1:1-10 Paul, Silvanus, and Timothy, To the church of the Thessalonians in God the Father and the Lord Jesus Christ:  Grace to you and peace. 2 We give thanks to God always for all of you, constantly mentioning you in our prayers, 3 remembering before our God and…

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  • Blessing of the Animals – October 1

    On October 1 at 10:30am we will have a Blessing of the Animals in conjunction with our worship on the Lord’s Day at Barnes Preserve (Romich Pavilion) at 3396 Sylvan Rd. in Wooster. Remember that we will not be meeting at the church building on this day. Come and bring with you your dogs, cats, or…

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  • St. Christopher Celebration

    On the last Sunday of July, we celebrate our patron saint, St. Christopher, for not only what God has done in Christ for, in, and through him, but also for this very same work for, in, and through us.  We’d love for you to come and join us as we celebrate on this special day…

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  • Ascension Day

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  • Holy Week & Easter 2023

    St. Christopher’s invites you to observe Holy Week and Easter.   This year, Maundy Thursday we will be held jointly with Church of the Cross UMC and Smithville UMC at 5100 Cleveland Rd., Wooster, OH  44691 (Church of the Cross).  This service will be a Methodist service.  On Good Friday, we will be observing our Anglican…

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  • A Study of The Gospel of Matthew

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  • Christmas at St. Christopher’s

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  • Study: Gospel of Mark

    Join us for Bible Study on Wednesday evenings from April 24 thru July 10 as we go through the Gospel of Mark.  Our discussion will serve to better understand the message of Mark in its own context and also how it can inspire us to bear witness to Christ in our own time and place.

  • The Gift of the Prayer Book

    One of the most distinguishing symbols of Anglicanism worldwide is the Book of Common Prayer.  You will see them used by churches across the spectrum:  evangelical, broad, charismatic, anglo-catholic, anglo-orthodox.  Within its covers you will find everything you need for prayer, worship, Scripture reading, celebrating the sacraments, observing Holy Days (feasts and fasts), and pastoral…

  • All Saints’ Day

    You are welcome to join us this All Saints’ Day.  Our Midweek Eucharist lasts about 35 minutes.  It is perfect for those who work nearby, for college students, and for those who are unable to attend on Sunday because of work or travel.  At our Midweek Eucharist, we observe the commemorations and feasts of church…

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