Many years ago, the Church decided the best way to experience the power of Easter was to spend time preparing for it. So the leaders set aside the forty days prior to Easter as a time when followers of Jesus could ready themselves to hear Jesus' story of death and resurrection.
In the event that severe weather, such as snow, occurs in Chattanooga, Christ Church wants you to know what to expect regarding scheduled events and worship. Please note the following policies, but feel free to contact us if you have questions at 423-892-9363.
Join Senior Pastor Mark Flynn on Wednesday evenings in the Sanctuary for Mark's Malarky. Mark will lead a discussion based on sermon topics each Wednesday following the evening meal.
Giving to the Building Fund is exceeding our pledges! If you continue to give at this level, we can totally pay off our building debt in just over ten years at projected interest rates. This is our plan, so please continue to give as you are now giving. If you have not yet started giving to the Building Fund, please do so. To see a graph of giving to date vs. pledged amounts by month, click here.
Christ Chauffeurs provides transportation to doctor's appointments for those who need it. Contact Debbie Hafling at 894-1207 if you would like to become a driver or if you need assistance with transportation.
Although most of us are intimidated by the idea, sharing our faith story matters. That story doesn't have to be miraculous or dramatic - it merely has to be yours! Join us this Sunday, February 7, as we remember the power of telling others in a simple and authentic way about our connection with Jesus.
February’s pantry pile-up item is razors for Mustard Tree, a ministry for persons who are homeless. Donations should be placed in the containers labeled, “Pantry Pile-Up” in each atrium.
Our Future's team has done its work, and we believe God has some exciting things in store for us. If you would like to see our plans for catching the waves of God's movement and action in our community through Christ Church, click here to see the report adopted by our church council.
When life takes an unexpected turn, a meal from a friend is very encouraging. Through a team of wonderful volunteers, our Care & Share Ministry provides meals to families and individuals in times of need…illness or hospitalization…loss of a loved one…during times of crisis.
FYI . . .Did you know that Kari Martin, our Director of New Members, is available to help people find a place to be in ministry? Interested? Call Kari at 892-9363.