New community children’s choir

When she was 3-years-old, Jen Schlechte sang her first solo at the church where her mother was the organist. After growing up singing in children’s show choirs, she attended George Mason University on an opera scholarship, directed award-winning children’s choirs in...

To turkey or not to turkey?

Nothing with eyes. That was the rule for a long time. Fish with heads were not and are not allowed to gaze up at us from the plate. More recently in my family the rule has spread to turkey – it should not look too much like a bird. Turkey breast, turkey roast (not the...

Christ Church Carolers

By Maggie FitzRoy My cheeks felt frosty, my white-gloved fingers were so cold they were almost numb, and my black, wide-brimmed bonnet kept threatening to blow off my head. But the un-Florida-like weather was awesomely appropriate. I was filled with the spirit of...

All Souls’ Commemoration

When Norwegian composer Ola Gjeilo wrote Sunrise Mass: Symphonic Mass for Choir and String Orchestra in 2007, he says his goal was to create music that would allow listeners “to experience transcendence, resolution and the feeling of redemption, joy and peace.” At 7...
Summer Arts Camps

Summer Arts Camps

Our Summer camps include music, performing arts, dance, and cooking. Each camp offers the safe, loving community of Christ Church while fostering a love for the arts. Choose the summer camp that is best for your child, or call the office for more information.   Music...

Beauty and the Beast

In conjunction with the Christ Church School of the Arts presentation of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, we invite you to take a deeper look at the “Tale as Old as Time” through this series of formation classes and special events. Beauties vs Beasts...