I am delighted to welcome you to Christ Church Greenwich, one of New England’s oldest and largest Episcopal churches. Our community is passionately engaged in worship, service, education, and fellowship. Our mission is to know Jesus and share Him with others. 
 
Join us!
The Rev. Marek Zabriskie, Rector

Welcome to Christ Church Greenwich! Established in 1749, we are one of New England’s oldest and largest Episcopal churches. We provide a spirit-filled historic sacred space for baptisms, weddings, events, and memorial services in Greenwich and the vicinity, and offer a myriad of opportunities to nourish and inspire you and your family on your spiritual journey.

The mission of Christ Church Greenwich is to seek and serve God in all persons, and to provide spiritual nourishment for all who journey to find a sacred home for worship, personal growth, service and community.

We are a diverse, welcoming, and inclusive community of over 870 households who call our church their spiritual home. We are highly visible in our community by our central location, beautiful historic campus, large traditional sanctuary, strong music program and, most importantly, our vibrant, dedicated clergy, staff, and involved parishioners. Our community is a wonderful source of comfort in times of pastoral need. We learn, worship, and celebrate together and we are deeply committed to embracing the needs of others in the community and around the world. We hope that you will join us.

Frequently Asked Questions

What time are Sunday services?
Sunday services are held at 8 am, 9 am, 11 am, and 5 pm (8 am, 10 am, and 5 pm during the summer). For this Sunday’s schedule, please see the home page.

Where should I park?
Parking is available on the north side of the church, between Christ Church and Temple Sholom. The entrance is from East Putnam Avenue (US Route 1).

What should I wear?
Christ Church parishioners tend to dress comfortably and a bit formally. Coats and ties are common on Sunday mornings, and the evening service tends to be more relaxed. You will be warmly welcomed, whatever you choose to wear.

What goes on in church?
As Episcopalians, our worship follows the Book of Common Prayer. Our services include readings from Scripture, prayers, and a sermon. Most services include congregational hymn singing and music provided by one of our excellent choirs. Most services include Holy Communion. For full details of services, please visit our worship page.

Who may receive Holy Communion?
Any person baptized by water in the name of the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit, in any Christian tradition, may receive Communion. At Christ Church, we receive in both kinds (bread and wine), so do not be afraid of the cup!

Are children welcome in church?
Children are most welcome. During the 9:00 am service, children’s chapel is held in the chapel (adjacent to the sanctuary). For parents who desire it, child care is provided for infants and toddlers up to 3 from 9:00 am until 12:15 pm on Sunday mornings, but children are always welcome to stay with their parents in church. For more complete information, please visit our children’s ministries page.