Christ Episcopal Church
Sixth and Main Streets
Clarksburg, West Virginia
Panoramic View Inside Christ Episcopal Church, Clarksburg, West Virginia
This Week at Christ Episcopal Church
Sunday, September 27, 2020
on the lawn at St. Barnabas Chapel
at 9:00 AM
Make your reservations by email each
week before 12:00 noon on Friday.
Email Christ Church at:
State your name, number of family members wanting to attend,
and if you plan to sit in the yard or remain in your car.
If sitting in the yard are you bringing your own chair?
Or do you need a church provided chair?
(Your reservation will be confirmed by return email.)
You can also phone in your reservation
to the Church office at 304-622-3694;
if necessary, please leave a message.
(Your reservation will be confirmed by a return phone call.)
If unable to keep reservation, please cancel.
Sunday, September 27, 2020
Zoom Evening Prayer
at 5:30 PM
Join Zoom Evening Prayer by clicking on this link
(If this doesn't work, copy and paste the link
into the address line on your computer or phone.)
Meeting ID: 524 518 1878
Another option is to dial in: (646) 558-8656
Wednesday, September 30, 2020
at 8:00 PM
Rev. Nora Becker is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
WEDNESDAY EVENING COMPLINE
Service lasts approximate 15-20 minutes.
Please join us!
Join Zoom Meeting by clicking on this link:
Meeting ID: 897 8206 2917
Christ Episcopal Church, Clarksburg
and St. Barnabas Chapel, Bridgeport
Guidelines for In-person Services
Any service would adhere to the guidelines:
1. Wearing a face mask is REQUIRED, unless medically unable to do so, then alternatively, a face shield is required.
2. Hand sanitizer will be available at both entrance and exit locations.
3. Potentially having your forehead temperature taken before entry.
4. Ushers will direct traffic flow and provide instructions and reinforce guidelines.
5. Standing and sitting at least 6 feet from others not in one’s
6. No administration of Holy Communion at the present time.
7. No choir or congregational singing. Solo singing only.
8. Required reservations for attending services.
9. Avoiding crowded hallways.
10. Use of wipes on door handles and other surfaces, especially before and after bathroom use (the church will provide).
11. Possible multiple services on Sunday morning or other day.
12. No prayer books will be provided for use at services.
13. Service bulletins will be provided & must be taken home. Do not
leave them at church.
14. If you are sick, or don’t feel well…stay home!
15. Any person who has traveled out of state is to avoid attending
in-person services for a period of fourteen (14) days after
Links to Online Worship Services
or Information for Individual Worship
Habits of Grace
An Invitation for You
from Presiding Bishop Curry
"As we learn to adjust our lives ...,
I invite you to join me each week
to take a moment
to cultivate a habit of grace."
These meditations are short, 3 to 5 minutes in length.
A new one will be posted each Monday through May, but all previous ones can be seen here.
Anti Racism Collect for August
For appreciation of diverse cultural contributions
“O God of all nations and peoples: We live in a nation of immigrants, and one in which the diverse gifts of many peoples have contributed to our energy and strength. Yet it is one in which some immigrants are discriminated against because of the color of their skin, their language, or the country of their origin. Help us, by your grace, to offer hospitality to all strangers, as our Father Abraham did in the desert. Grant us the wisdom and skill to enact just and merciful immigration reforms so that the hospitality and access to this great land may be offered equally to people of all colors and races and nations.” Amen.
New Addition in the Memorial Garden
Where this cross has been for more than 150 years is unknown, but its creation has been traced to France. It bears the date of 1851 and the French words, Corneau Freres of Charleville.
The Corneau foundary, created in 1846, by the Corneau brothers, Alfred and Emile, specialized in ornamental cast iron and produced numerous artistic cemetery crosses with images of St. Peter and St. Paul at the base of the cross. The Corneau Freres foundries became one of the leading manufacturers of art cast iron in the second half of the 19th century.
A gift of a large, ornate, antique cross has been given by Brenda Barnes in memory of her daughter Felicia Lynn Wine Mollohan. It rests above the columbarium in the Christ Church Memorial Garden.
Another New Addition
to the Memorial Garden
To donate to Christ Episcopal Church in Clarksburg, you will need to click on the yellow button above. Then scroll down and click on the donate button beside Clarksburg-Christ Church. You will have the option to "donate with Paypal" or "donate with debit or credit card." Click your desired option of payment and follow the instructions.
E-Giving contributions can be set up for a one time only gift or as a recurring gift. Donations will be charged to your account within 24 hours of your donation and sent to the WV Diocese. The Diocese will send the funds to Christ Church within 7-10 days.
Thanks for your donations.
The Rev. Nora Becker
Rector of Christ Episcopal Church in Clarksburg
and St. Barnabas Chapel in Bridgeport
Knowing, living, and sharing
The Good News Story of Jesus Christ
as seen in our pictures
Highland Educational Project
A Ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of West Virginia
The Highland Educational Project is located in McDowell County, West Virginia. It supports various programs, including home repairs, addiction recovery, family support, as well as youth and children's ministries. Its needs are immense, and your support is needed.
VIDEOS TO ENJOY, LEARN, AND EXPLORE THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
A new video will be released weekly on Thursdays at 2:00 PM
by The Episcopal Church
This week features
a ministry of St. John's Episcopal Church
in San Bernardino, California.
Hope Sandwich Co. is a social enterprise
in the form of a food truck.
For every meal sold, another is provided
to a person in need in San Bernardino.