"Come to me, all you that are weary and are carrying heavy burdens, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn from me; for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light." --- Matthew 11:28-30
All of us in this day and age - regardless of diversity of age, race, or culture - need a place of rest and spiritual renewal. We long for times of quiet refreshment, but also for purpose that will give meaning to life's journey and unite us with fellow seekers along the way. St. Christopher's is such a place. Offering the beauty of traditional prayers and liturgy in an architectural space that edifies the eye and soul, worship here seeks to draw us into the mystery of God. Likewise, Christian Education at St. Christopher's for children and adults is meant to strengthen our relationship with God, not simply by supplying the "answers" but by encouraging the questions. In fact, even our coffee hours, shared meals and community services invite us to see in one another the face of God. Come join us at St. Christopher's.
Clergy & Staff
We seek unity with God and one another in Christ through solemn and joyful worship; vital and supportive community; formative Christian Education; and the sharing, through outreach, of our diverse gifts.
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I'm Rev. George. I'm delighted you found your way to our little church in Oak Park. My hope is that our worship and community live into the rich history of the E…Read More »
We look forward to welcoming you to St. Christopher's Episcopal Church, an open and affirming congregation in the worldwide Anglican Communion.
You are welcome here
- if you are married or single, for we will partner with you;
- if you are a parent or a child of one, for we are all family together; if you know what you believe or have no idea what you believe, for we are one in our lon…