We are a warm community that welcomes all people, puts their trust in God, and embarks on spiritual journeys that challenge us to become the greatest person we hope to be. Wherever you are in your journey of faith, whether a spiritual seeker, a seasonable disciple, a skeptic or a saint, you are welcome here.
We hope that you will join us soon for worship and for service to others, which are at the heart of our life together.
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Sermon & Coffee Hour
Sundays at 10am.
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A Word about St Christopher’s Interim Rector
- THE REVEREND MANDY BRADY
The Rev. Mandy Brady is a dyed-in-the-wool Anglican who claims Georgia as home. Born into a Navy family, Mandy grew up around the world. She learned to walk in Barbados, built snow forts in Iceland and sang in her first church choir in Wales. Her childhood has given her the gift of being at home wherever she finds herself.
John M. Barrow
Director of Music
The beloved Director of Music at St. Christopher’s, John M. Barrow has been leading the choir since 2012. Barrow got his Bachelor of Music, Organ Performance at Oberlin Conservatory and his Master of Music, Choral Conducting at Florida International University. He is a musician, a scholar, a teacher, an investigator, and a lover of the world. This quintessential Renaissance man has brought a world class music program to St. Christopher’s By-the-Sea often performing with renowned opera singers and other guest performers. He is the heart and soul of our church and elevates the standard each and every week.
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Ministries & Faith at Work
Volunteering in church benefits members of the congregation and the church itself while fulfilling ones desire to help others and ensuring the local church can direct more funds to its mission.
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The Latest News
Jesus looked at them and said: “With man this is impossible, but not with God; all things are possible with God.”
Bible: Mark 10:27