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Have you ever wondered what is behind the doors of this historic building at the corner of 9th and Main Streets?

We invite you to attend services in our beautiful sanctuary. Within this nourishing faith community, you can find friendship and resources for your journey to deeper faith.

Come and share worship, uplifting music, and fellowship with our extended church family. As Episcopalians, we welcome and respect everyone who enters our doors.

Whether you were raised in the Episcopal tradition or want to experience our liturgy for the first time, we pray you will find your church home in the city’s oldest continuously operating church.

 

Our mission is to know Christ and to make Him known to others. Parish ministry and programs nurture the spiritual health of children, parents, singles, and seniors. 


We partner with the Salvation Army and other organizations and agencies that support those who live on the margins of society.

 

Hospitality and outreach are essential aspects of our mission within and beyond our congregation. We offer Communion, blessings, anointing, guidance, and counseling to all. 

 

We provide live-streamed and recorded services and home visits to those who lack transportation or have physical limits. We honor special worship needs and welcome certified service animals.

 

To learn about the past and present of our church, explore the rest of our website. Better yet, come to one of our services. Others who have found this is the right place for their spiritual journeys are eager to meet you. 


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Christ Episcopal Church is one of 18 parishes in the Diocese of    Eau Claire. It is a member of the Protestant Episcopal Church of the United States and the worldwide Anglican Communion. To learn more about what we believe, click here.

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Welcome to Christ Episcopal Church.

Prayer for Sundays:

"In union, O Lord, with the faithful at every altar of your Church where the Holy Eucharist is celebrated, I desire to offer you praise and thanksgiving. I present to you my soul and body with the earnest wish that I may always be united to you. And since I cannot now receive you sacramentally, I ask you to come spiritually into my heart. I unite myself to you and embrace you with all the affections of my soul. Let nothing ever separate you from me. May I live and die in your love. AMEN"

Please share your prayer requests with timleedonahue@gmail.com

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