is presented to the Glory of God in Memory of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Michener
given by Bill and Carolyn Michener.
Readings and Psalm April 11th
Thank you for visiting our virtual church home. This week we continue our celebration of Easter. Due to rising numbers in our area we are worshipping virtually this week.
While both our national Presiding and local Southeast Pa Synod Bishops and the civil authorities have made recommendation we have not made this decision lightly or out of fear.
We have made this decision from love and an abundance of caution.
We are called to act in love, bearing one another’s burdens, and have compassion for one another’s needs. Cases in Bucks County and the surrounding areas have risen dangerously. Any gathering increases the risk of transmission.
We realize that there are differences of opinion and strong feelings even among faithful followers of Christ. We are also aware that we have different comfort levels for contact with others during this pandemic. In the midst of these realities, we want to encourage all to be patient and kind to one another (1 Corinthians 13:4). Our Lord calls us to love one another - that is how we will show the world the truth of God’s love (John 13:35).
As Christians we are called and strengthened to have a faith-full and practical response. While we’ve never faced a crisis like this, we have come through challenging times before, caring for one another, our community and for the world. We are people of hope.
Your faithful giving allows us to continue to care for our congregation and our community. You can give securely online through our website from the secure giving page.
We Lutherans can be shy about money – this isn’t a time for timidity but bold service and generous hearts.
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More about Christ Church
We are limiting our in-house activities, but the church is open for ministry! Worship, prayer, care, service, learning and fellowship all go on in person, virtually and on social media. Please choose a link below for more information.
About our church...
Who are we? We're a gathering of cradle Christians, working-on-it Christians, seeking but not quite yet Christian. We're your neighbors, maybe even your co-workers or classmates.
We're young and not-so-young, here five generations and five minutes, building-nesters and empty-nesters. We're part of the Lutheran branch of the Christian family tree.
Making a Difference
'Churches are closed' has been splashed across our media. Buildings may be closed, but churches are still at work