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We invite you to participate in worship services at St. Christopher’s. Our worship services are a blend of Anglican liturgical tradition, both ancient and contemporary language, and music. Every Sunday there are two services at which the Holy Eucharist is celebrated. Corporate worship is a foundation of building and celebrating our life as a community of Christians.
St. Christopher's is located at 1402 West Main Street, Carmel, Indiana 46032
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Regularly Scheduled Worship Services
***All in person services are currently suspended until further notice due to the global pandemic.
7:45 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Rite I (in the Sanctuary) This quiet, reverent service is for those who have grown up in the Anglican tradition or who prefer a quieter, more contemplative approach to worship. The Rite I liturgy is found in the Book of Common Prayer (BCP) and features traditional language. This service is a spoken one, with no music, and includes Holy Communion and a homily. Holy Unction is offered following the service on the first Sunday of the month.
10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Rite II (in the Sanctuary) This service is for those who appreciate more modern language and music. It includes organ, choir, traditional hymnody, and rich Anglican liturgy. The Rite II liturgy is found in the Book of Common Prayer (BCP). This service includes Holy Communion and a sermon. Nursery care is available for infants through age three. Holy Unction is offered following the service on the first Sunday of the month.
10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Rite I (in the Chapel) This is a quiet, meditative 30-minute service using the liturgy of Rite I. It is entirely spoken; there is no music. Fr. Steve conducts a Bible Study Class following this service.
Special liturgies take place on selected feast days and during Holy Week. Festival Eucharists are celebrated on Christmas Eve, Easter, and the first Sunday in November, which commemorates All Saints’ Day.