Taize services of prayer, music, and contemplation, can be found in churches all over the world. We hope you'll join us at our next Taize service. Talk to the rector for more info.

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Come join us starting April 26 for the last series of Wednesday evening classes before the summer hiatus.

Over the next four weeks we will discuss some of the hot topics around Christian ethics, to include the death penalty, immigration, racism and marginalized populations, and the concept of American Exceptionalism. All good stuff to delve into as Episcopalians active in the world!

We meet immediately following the 6:00 Eucharist. We would love to have you join us.




Join us Wednesday nights for adult Christian formation. The Wednesday night Eucharist is at 6:00, and Christian formation begins around 6:30. The Wednesday service and Christian formation will resume Wednesday April 26. You're always welcome to drop in as your schedule permits. Have an idea for a future study topic? Please mention it to Mother Lorna. 



Our new website is under development! Feel free to take a look and tell us what you think. The site can be found at https://www.stchristophersepiscopal.com


Messy Church meets one Saturday a month at 5 p.m. for an hour of stories, music, crafts, a simple supper and kid-friendly Eucharist. Bring the kids and come as you are! Watch this space for the next Messy Church.

Kids age kindergarten thru sixth grade - join your friends in Warner Robins for Vacation Bible School at All Saints Episcopal Church, 1708 Watson Boulevard. VBS will be held June 12 - 16 (8:30 - 12 p.m. Mon - Thurs; 9:30 - 1 p.m. Fri - Sports/Parents day.) Early drop-off available.

Cost is $15 per child and includes two t-shirts, crafts, snacks/drinks for four days, and pizza/drinks for Sports/Parents day. Please register by May 21st. Contact Kim Yorio (478) 442-5850 skyorio7@cox .net or All Saints office at (478) 923-1791. 

Path to Shine Week of Summer Fun has been set for July 17 - 21, Monday - Friday 4 - 6 p.m. Plan to come, and bring your friends. We will have special games, activities, crafts, guest speakers, snacks, and even a field trip, and it's all FREE! Stay tuned for more info.

Path to Shine(r) - Path to Shine is a once-weekly after school mentoring program for elementary school children.  By partnering with faith communities, Path To Shine helps children develop the academic skills and self-confidence needed to make productive life choices and stay in school.  The program meets Monday after school from about 4:15 - 6:15, and provides help with homework, reading, and math, plus a snack and playtime.  To register your child, or to volunteer as an adult "minister of hope", contact Patty Chamberlain at 706-570-6367 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .  Read more about Path to Shine at www.pathtoshine.org

Knit or crochet? - All skill levels welcome.  Our group makes baby blankets and hats, prayer shawls, lap robes, etc. for the parish and beyond. Our next meeting is Thursday April 27th at 11:30 in St. Christopher's parlor. Call the church office for more info. 

Daughters of the King - The St. Monica chapter of Daughters of the King (DoK) meets at St. Christopher's on the second Wednesday of every month at 3:30. All women and girls are welcome at these meetings. The Daughters focus on prayer, service, and evangelism in a variety of ways.  If you want to know more about DoK's "rule of prayer" and "rule of service," drop in on a meeting, or look for leaflets in the parish hall.