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Welcome to St. Christopher!

welcomeSt. Christopher Episcopal Church is located at 3550 SW Loop 820, Fort Worth, TX 76133. For a map, please click on the map link  on the top menu.

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 Our office hours are Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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You’re Invited to Celebrate our Church’s Birthday Bishop C. Avery Mason accepted the petition made by fifteen Christians on September 15, 1957 to establish this church. We’ll celebrate with a catered Founders Day luncheon after the 10:30 service on Sunday, September 21. This Founders Day celebration signals the beginning of our annual Stewardship Campaign, with themes of Welcoming and Thanksgiving. Starting August 31, sign up sheets will be available in the Narthex. It is important that we get an accurate head count to ensure we order the correct number of meals.

Please join us in this celebration of the Episcopalians whose faith built this place we now know as our spiritual home, and the God through whom all good things become possible!


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Morning and Evening Bible Study on Wednesdays

Starting Sept. 17, 2014

Mornings 10-12, Evenings 7-9 

Join us at St. Christopher’s as we walk the shores of Thessalonica with Beth Moore with this verse-by-verse Bible study of 1 and 2 Thessalonians. During this nine week study, you’ll learn how to let go of past mistakes and discover your circumstances are not coincidental – God’s timing is impeccable! Whether you’re facing family crises, medical diagnoses, relationship troubles, doubts, or fears, you’ll come away encouraged that even though it may not feel that way, you are not alone.

You will need a copy of the workbook, Children of the Day: 1 & 2 Thessalonians by Beth Moore. This book is available at Lifeway Bookstores

 

 

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If you have someone that you would like us to add to the Prayer List, please fill out the form below. If it is a prayer request for traveling, please include the travel dates. Thank you!


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