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Together, as St Christopher Episcopal Church, we


  • Build community
  • Care for one another
  • Grow in Christ
  • Serve the world and
  • Worship God.

We would love to have you join us! If you want to learn more or have any questions, simply fill out the form below and our staff will be in touch with you soon.

 

 

Address

St. Christopher Episcopal Church 
(worshipping currently at St. Matthew's Lutheran Church)
5709 Wedgwood Dr.
Fort Worth, TX 76133

Phone

817-926-8277

Email

office​

 

Service Times

Digital Monastery:
6 p.m. Mon. and Wed. on Zoom and Facebook 
9 a.m. Tues. and Thurs. on Zoom and Facebook

Sunday service times:
2 p.m. Holy Eucharist Rite II
 

 

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    CCA Thanksgiving Baskets 2020
    10.26.20 | Articles | The Christopher

    Dear Fellow Parishioners, Just recently you received a message from CCA Director Jennie Manock (forwarded by Tara) regarding the special procedures CCA is using this year to deliver Thanksgiving Baskets to families in need.  I know so many...

      Sleep Is Not A Four Letter Word
      11.06.19 | Articles

      Sleep is Not a Four-Letter Word! I would venture to say that most Americans look upon rest or sleep as a negative commodity, a necessary evil. When people get busy, sleep is usually the first thing that is sacrificed. If you’ve ever...

        Christian Community Assistance Holiday Baskets
        11.06.19 | Articles

        St. Christopher's is again delighted to host CCA's Thanksgiving Basket collection and distribution. We will bless the baskets that we collect on Sunday, November 24.  Delivery of baskets to St. Christopher from other CCA supporting churches...

          Senior Warden Musings - November
          11.06.19 | Articles | by Jeanneane Keene

          We just finished the Gratitude Dinner and giving thanks for the our generosity for next year's functioning. Soon it will be time to give thanks for our families and many other blessing as we celebrate Thanksgiving Day . And then Christmas...

            Medical Saints: Leprosy
            10.01.19 | Articles

            Leprosy is one of the earliest and oldest biblical diseases known to mankind. There are 200,000 newly diagnosed cases each year in the world, mostly in far east and South America. Approximately 150 to 200 new cases are diagnosed in the U.S. every...

              Senior Warden Musings - Stewardship
              10.01.19 | Articles | by Jeanneane Keene

              Weather disasters . . . Immigration concerns . . . Mass shootings . . . World conflicts . . . Church decisions. What do we do now? What good is there? What part can I play? What do we have to be thankful for? Kids' lemonade stand for charity...

                This Little Light of Mine - October
                10.01.19 | Articles | by Fr. William Stanford

                Dear ChristopherFolk, You’ve heard the story about the woman who prayed night after night, with great sobs, to win the lottery. She put a lot of time and energy into this, devoting at least an hour before bedtime every night to deliver her...