Meaningful Worship + Creative Learning +
In an Historic Setting
you have been to Christ Church many times or whether you have just
discovered us, we are delighted that you are here. For over three
hundred years Christ Church has been known as a place to deepen your
relationship with God, nurture a sense of community, and make an
impact on the world.
As the Rector, I am firmly
committed to three goals: Worship
that is dynamic and meaningful; Learning
that is creative and engaging, and Service,
that passionately spills out into the community and world beyond.
Many have found respite, sustenance, and personal challenge
within our walls, but there are many ways one can connect with us
even from a distance. My hope and prayer is that you will
place here too.
Peruse our website; I
am certain you will find just the right thing for you and your family.
And do contact us; I would be happy to begin a lifelong
conversation with you.
Lisa S. Mitchell, Rector
Christ Church Outreach extended to Covenant House!
Covenant house is a leading advocate on behalf of homeless youth. Covenant House was founded in 1972 with the simple, profound mission to help homeless kids escape the streets. Parish member and Covenant House advocate Jim O’Conner and our (Christ Church) Outreach/Steering Committee are working on some activities.
Monday, August 25, 2014
Covenant House Golf Outing
and Dinner Reception
Spring Lake Golf Club.
For info contact Sue at 973-286-3543.
Tuesday, August 26
Christ Church will be sponsoring youth to attend the baseball game.
Let us know if you would like to sponsor someone.
Christ Church Held its Annual Parish Picnic
August 27, 2014
Another Beautiful Wedding at Christ Church
August 23, 2014
Christ Church Celebrated Independence Day
On Sunday June 29th we held a special service to celebrate Independence Day.
This service featured portrayals of souls interred in the graveyard by members of the Dead Actors Guild.
Graham Kearney Cooke portrayed by Patrice Thornton
Dorothy Manson portrayed by Jeanne Sundberg
Samuel Stelle Smith portrayed by Robert M Kelly, Jr.
Also on display were the vestry minutes and Parish Register from 1733.
The Chorus of the Atlantic performed some American songs:
I’ll Fly Away
You Raise Me Up
America the Beautiful
God Bless America
Images of Christ Church
Shrewsbury - Then and Now
Monmouth County Library
Month of May 2014
The exhibit features segments including, old photos - with the oldest from 1869, new photos, and the church in art. There is also a special section, called Then and Now, that pairs old photos of the church with matching contemporary ones. There are three special features: the original 1769 builder’s agreement, a pair of tickets for a lottery used to raise funds for the church’s erection, and a large scale model of the church on loan from the Shrewsbury Historical Society.
This exhibit was created in partnership with Dorn’s Classic Images.
here for the Flyer
Memorial Sunday Service
Christ Church Commemorates Memorial Day 2014
The parish held its graveyard service to recognize the sacrifices made by its veterans in war eras back to
the French and Indian War. The names of all veterans interred in the graveyard were read.. Stuart and
Judith Buncher portrayed a Red Cross Gray Lady and a WWII Air Force Sergeant. See more information in
the linked Memorial Service Program.
Weekend in Olde Monmouth
Saturday, May 3 & Sunday, May 4
Christ Church Celebrates Easter
The 311th Parish Meeting was Held on January 26th
| Superb Potluck Vittles
Treasurer Reviewing Parish Finances
The Parish Under the Meiere Triptych
Baptism on March 2nd
Aniella Grace Ingenito