Small Groups at Christ Church
We offer several small groups at Christ Church which help to unite like minded people of faith in fellowship, and some that offer back services that benefit the church and members of the congregation, as well as the community. We encourage anyone to become involved in one of our groups, and if you don't see a group that suits your interest, then a new group may take root.
Retirees Breakfast Group
Retirees gather for breakfast and fellowship at Gus's Keystone Family Restaurant the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 8:45 a.m.. All retirees of Christ Church are welcome to join us!
The Garden Group
The Garden Group meets as needed to plant flowers, containers, and maintain milkweed as a resource and habitat for the monarch butterfly on the church property . In addition, field trips to view public gardens and other events are scheduled periodically. All green thumbs are welcome.
The Crafting Crew meets in the library the second Wednesday each month.
This group has crafted banners, prayer shawls, hand knitted lambs for baptisms, and other handmade items. The group is currently working on "Sensory Muffs" for those with dementia. Click here to see what a sensory muff is. All interests and levels of experience are welcome!
LiFT - Ladies in Fellowship Together
Ladies in Fellowship Together, or LiFT, is an intergenerational ladies fellowship group that meets regularly to "lift women up socially, spiritually, and emotionally." Our gatherings have been diverse, entertaining, and educational. The first Saturday in December is our Annual Ladies' Christmas Tea, the highlight of our year. Please see the events page for upcoming gatherings and events. Upcoming events are published on the Events page of this website. Go to our Women's Ministry page for more details.
All are welcome!
The Green Team
A group for those with a passion for the environment, and being good stewards of God's creation. Meets monthly with special highlights focusing on various areas to promote living and working green. Follow the Green Team's blog here!