Worship With Us


wor·​ship |  ˈwər-shəp 

transitive verb
1: to honor or show reverence for as a divine being or supernatural power

Gathering to worship together is the faith community's inspiration, its empowering, and its sending forth. Gathering to acknowledge the goodness of God inspires us to show that goodness to others. Gathering empowers us to join with others who are sent to reach out to those in need or pain. Worship also makes us aware that we are much stronger and more effective together than we are by ourselves.

“For where two or three are gathered in my name,
there am I among them.”
Matthew 18:20


Our choir is led by the marvelous maestro David Lindsey. He came to St. Christopher almost two decades ago to play one service. God had other plans and he’s been here ever since. David grew up playing piano in small Baptist churches his father pastored. He fell in love with the pipe organ after a trip to First Baptist Dallas when he was 13. He set out to play the pipe organ and 33 years later, he got to play his first pipe organ at St. Christopher. Since coming here, he has played nearly 50 pipe organs as a member of the American Guild of Organists.

The choir rehearses at 6 p.m. Wednesday and at 9 a.m. on Sunday. The Wednesday rehearsal is optional but helpful. David would love to have new members. The choir sings a variety of music throughout the year and currently has two scholarship Parish members who play clarinets, flutes, guitars, trumpets and other instruments.

To find out more, contact David Lindsey at

Bell choir

Our accomplished Bell Choir performs at special services during Holy Week, Easter, Christmas and Evensongs. New members are always welcome. They practice Tuesday evenings with breaks during the summer. For more information, please contact