The Church is not our walls. The Church is the people.
We are always connected. We are always praying.
Words of Comfort
A message from Fr. Edward
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ –
The purpose of today’s message is to tell you more about our plans to continue the work of Christ the King in a new and exciting way as part of our plan to stay safe and stay connected in the weeks ahead.
Please look for details and updates on programs and events as we prayerfully continue our ministries, sermons and communications both online and in-person, where possible. I am told that more updates will follow as we prayerfully transition our ministries, sermons and communications online. We will also be doing traditional services un-traditionally, so look for details and more ways to connect with our church family.
So again, “Be not afraid, He is and will be with us always!”
I will be holding all of you in my prayers. Thank you for your prayers and for your understanding!
The Rev/Dr Edward A. Weiss, OSB, APC, Rector
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