Christ Episcopal Church  ~  PO Box 2908 ~ 111 N 9th St (Ninth and Main)  ~  La Crosse, Wisconsin  54602-2908 ~  608-784-0697  ~
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Video Sermons

Father Patrick Sermons link


Weekly Bulletin

Weekly Worship Times

Sunday worship schedule
8:00 am Rite 1 service of
Holy Eucharist with sermon

9:15 am Sunday School for children
and Adult Bible Study Class

10:30 a.m. Rite 2 service of
Holy Eucharist with Sermon

Following each service there is a
coffee hour downstairs in the
Augustine Fellowship Center.  

Weekday services:

Wednesday 5:30 p. m.
Service of Holy Eucharist Rite 2

Thursday  10:00 a.m.
Service of Holy Eucharist Rite 1
11:00 a.m. Bible Study
downstairs in Augusitne
fellowship Center.   
12:00 Noon.
Community Lunch in
Augustine Fellowship Center  

Women at the Well meet Sat's from 10-11:30 AM the 1st and 3rd Sat of every month through May. In June, July and August they meet during the week, all are welcome

Lectionary discussion class  at 9:15
Teen Youth Group
at 9AM
Children's Sunday School
at 9:15

Christ Episcopal Church, Bishop Jay and Bishop David making home visits.

We are excited about the installation of Bishop Michael Curry our new presiding Bishop.
Bishop Curry's Sermon:

Christ Episcopal Church Fellowship Potluck on Ministry Sunday

Fellowship Potluck on 
Ministry Sunday

Christ Episcopal Church, La Crosse warmly welcomes students, families, singles and seniors. You will always find a warm welcoming church family at Christ Church. God's unfailing love for us never changes. We look forward to seeing you soon.

The Day of Pentecost, Year C
Acts 2: 1-21; Psalm 104: 24-34; Romans 8: 14-17; John 14: 8-17, (25-27)
Christ Episcopal Church La Crosse June 9, 2019

Several nights ago, while I was sorting through papers and books in my living room, I spied the remnants of an Easter basket that one of my grandsons had left in the corner. Hmmm— I wondered— maybe there’s still a few jelly beans in there— there was not. I can do without the chocolate bunnies— it still bothers me to bite their heads off— and I can do without the marshmallow peeps. No thanks. I love jelly beans. That’s it then— it’s official: the end of the Easter season. The majesty, the magnificence, the miracle of Easter is kind of in the distant past— the pomp of music and poetry, “Christ the Lord is risen today” and so on....Read More

Daily Office readings based on the 1928 Book of Common Prayer (1943 Lectionary), Authorized (King James) Bible, along with other traditional Anglican sources.

Bishop Jay Lambert’s address to the 89th Annual Council of the Diocese of Eau Claire

Lay Ministry

We have Lay Eucharistic Visitor teams to ensure our home bound families receive regular Communion and ministerial visits. If you are in need of healing, counseling, a home visit, Communion or prayers, please contact us so we can reach out to you.  (608-784-0697)

Sacrements on alter at Christ Episcopal

Communion Requests:
Consecrated gluten free "hosts" are available up on request.

If physical limitations prevent you from coming to the rail for Communion please let an usher or greeter know when you arrive. They will notify the Rector, so Communion can be brought to you.

Easter Lily - Christ Episcopal Church Flower DonationsEaster Flowers   
It is a sad Friday but Sunday’s coming!  During Lent we prepare our hearts for the celebration of our risen Savior. The church will be host to a beautiful Garden of Gethsemane – a place to pray, sing and meet with Jesus on Maundy Thursday.  On Easter the church will be decorated with beautiful spring plants and lilies.  A wonderful way to remember our loved ones and contribute to the decorating of the church would be a donation to the flower fund.  A list of donors with their special intentions will be listed in the bulletin and belfry.  Please complete the following form and include it with your check.  .  go to form

Alter Flowers Update
Flowers on the altar are a beautiful touch to our worship service and family community.  Every Sunday except in Lent we have flowers on the altar.  Parishioners and/or their families from across the United States use this opportunity to remember loved ones. More Information

Episcopal Presiding Bishop video: 
We must make our country safe because all of us are valuable and we are all children of God.

 [February 28, 2018] Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop and Primate Michael B. Curry has released a video calling for action to make this country safe. “We must make our country safe because all of us are valuable and we are all children of God.”  
The Presiding Bishop notes, “We in the United States are in the midst of a great discussion, a great debate.”  
He speaks about the young people of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL, the site of the recent shooting.  “They are asking us, and imploring us, and challenging us to find a better way.”  
He notes we need “to make our schools safe, to make our streets safe, and to make this country safe for all of God’s children and all of God’s people.”  
The video is here

New Bible Study on Thursday Mornings!

Camp Horstick 
Camp Horstick is a youth camp offered to our parishioners each year.  It is located at 15010 Black Bear Road, Mason, WI (north of Drummond, WI). 

Camp is a form of mission and outreach for those within and beyond our parish families. Experience shows those who attend will recommend it to their friends and families. Inviting non-parish members often leads to baptism and church membership. 

Activities include: high and low rope courses, a life sized football field, wicked water slingshots, archery, canoeing, kayaking, swimming and water works, rock climbing and if Mother Nature cooperates, there will be hiking and adventure biking.  Plus there are days full of prayer, worship, adventure, fun, great conversation and so much more!Activities are on the Diocese of Eau Claire's Facebook page:, it is a closed group, ask to join!  

If you would like to financially contribute to camp, write Camp Horstick on your check and drop it in the plate or mail to the church office.


Father Patrick's Published Sermons

Father Patrick's Video Sermons

Thursday, The 28th of September, 2017.

The Most Rev. Michael B. Curry received the Award of Archbishop Ramsey Award.

The Eve of St. Michael Nd All Angels, Nashotah House Seminary, Nashotah, Wisconsin. The Most Rev. Michael B. Curry received the Award of Archbishop Ramsey Award. He preached an inspiring powerful sermon “Making Ministers for the Jesus Movement.”



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