Farewell Susan

img_4563Today was bittersweet as it was Canon Harriss’ last Sunday with us. We marked the occasion with a wonderful service and a celebratory picnic with fabulous food, splendid speeches, marvelous music and fantastic fellowship.

Godspeed Susan- we will miss you!

Click here to see the full album of pictures over on our Facebook Page.

Fall Parish Picnic & Farewell to Susan

On Sunday, September 1IMG_39971th, we will return to our regular 8 & 10 am worship schedule and will follow the 10am service (Susan’s last) with a Special Celebratory Picnic.

The picnic will feature food, music & wonderful fellowship for all- but we need your help!

To help us gauge numbers, RSVP to communications@ccrye.org, and please click here to sign up to help us set up the day before, clean up after the picnic, and/or bring your favorite dessert to share. Thanks!

Summer Sundays

9amStarting this Sunday (June 26) and continuing through Labor Day, to help keep everyone a bit cooler during the hot summer months, Christ’s Church will switch to only one service on Sunday mornings.

Please join us for Rite II Holy Eucharist (with sermon and hymns) at 9:00 am, followed by iced tea and lemonade.

Child care will still be provided all summer long in the nursery.

Summer Picnic!

picnicOur Summer Picnic will be held on Sunday, June 19th after the 10:00 am service.

Please click here to sign up to help set-up, clean-up, cook or bring salads or desserts to make it the best one yet!

See you there 🙂

Interfaith Prayer Service Monday, May 2nd, 7:00pm at Rye Pres.

Candlelight_serviceIn light of the numerous tragedies that our community has experienced, there will be an interfaith prayer gathering in the sanctuary of Rye Presbyterian Church on Monday, May 2, at 7pm. We invite you to join us in this time of reflection, prayer, and candle lighting.

The main entrance to the sanctuary, facing Boston Post Road, will be open, and all are welcome.

According to Rev. Rachael Huntley, Rye Pres is gathering people “to acknowledge the multiple drug- and alcohol-related tragedies that our community has been experiencing. All are welcome…young, old, Catholic, Jewish, atheist, parents, students…anyone who wishes to participate in a time of reflection, prayer, and candle lighting.”