About Our Parishes
Christ Church is divided geographically into parishes with certain elders and deacons overseeing each parish. The purpose of the parishes is to encourage fellowship on a smaller group level and to administer help more easily to those people who are in need.
A large map of our parishes can be found here.
Parish Bible Studies
Parish Bible Studies start up again on January 30 and will run until May 8.
When: Wednesdays, at 7:00 PM [unless otherwise announced]
Where: Volunteer homes [listed here]
Who leads: Elders/deacons/chosen potential leaders
Who may attend: Members of various parishes, friends, neighbors, anyone who wants to attend
What happens: Discussion questions based on the previous Sunday’s sermon. Questions will be geared to the topics discussed in sermon with special emphasis on specific application, prayer for accomplishment of application, involvement in one another’s lives based on the discussion, etc. The meeting is relational and pastoral in nature. It is not an academic Bible study. Homework questions from the sermon are posted here. The studies will start going through A Meal with Jesus at the end of February. Talk to your study leader about getting a copy of the book for your family.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Mike Lawyer, Minister of Parish Life and Counseling at the church office.
Parish Bible Studies Locations
Parish Bible Studies meet weekly on Wednesdays (January 30 – May 8) at 7:00pm — unless otherwise noted.
Bradford: Austin Anderson’s home
Baxter (1): Dan Vis’ home
Baxter (2): Jim Griffith’s home
Wycliffe (1): Deacon and Amy James’ home
Wycliffe (2): Tuesdays at Nethaniel Ealy’s (location will change for following weeks)
Wishart: Contact John Grauke or Francis Foucachon for location
Latimer: Ed Evans’ home
Cranmer: Mark Wintz’s home
Questions for Gospel Presence 1: The Resurrection of the World
Questions for Gospel Presence 2: Gospel Center, Gospel Edges
Questions for Gospel Presence 3: Gospel Presence and the Armor of God
Questions for Gospel Presence 4: Who Is My Neighbor?
Questions for Gospel Presence 5: Taste and See
Questions for Gospel Presence 6: Gospel, Church, World