Stay Spiritually Engaged from Home
We invite you to explore the following ways to stay spiritually engaged from home.
Check back regularly for additional resources and ideas from our clergy and ministry teams.
Hope to see Us Through…

A series of reflections by the Rev. Terry Elsberry in response to the Coronavrius Pandemic and social isolation. Read and listen to Terry’s reflections here.

Using the Book of Common Prayer:
Daily Office

Not familiar with the daily office? Watch our Morning and Evening Prayer Tutorials:

Daily Morning Prayer, Rite II (p. 71) | Order of Service

Daily Evening Prayer Rite II (p. 115) | Order of Service

Sung Compline

A recording of Compline sung by the Compline Choir can be found here.

Access the Prayer Book online:
Access the Prayer Book app (eCP): for iPhone; for Android
Access daily readings online:

Morning Prayer, Live!

The Rev. Dr. Cheryl McFadden‘s favorite website for praying the Daily Office Service is You can participate in Morning Prayer live session at 7 and 9 am, listen to a recording of it, or pray it on your own. (Evening Prayer is not offered live but you can pray it on your own.) Praying the Daily Office is spiritually rewarding.

Listen to our sermons

Despite campus being closed, our clergy team continues to write and record sermons for our weekly worship services. Listen to them here.

Listen to the Music
Music can provide comfort in times of stress. Click on titles below to listen to recordings compiled by Christ Church Music. Hearing is believing!  
A note from Director of Music, Jamie Hitel:
“I hope this recording of Fidelis, the third of Four Organ Improvisations by Percy Whitlock, helps to soothe the soul. The music is calm, with a touch of melancholy. Its title is the Latin word for ‘faithful’, evocative of the calm confidence with which we are blessed through faith in Christ. The music was recorded on my house organ, built by the Dutch company Eminent.”
A playlist of nearly all of the repertoire from the choirs’ upcoming trip to Norwich Cathedral.
Easter Meditations

Daily reflections, written by members of the clergy team, lay staff, and fellow parishioners are being emailed. If you are not already receiving these emails, and would like to, sign up here.

Explore the Way of Love for Families:  DOWNLOAD PDF
Home Church Outline: 

Create a worship space in your living room or kitchen table. You can make it simple with just some songs, readings, prayers. Or, dress it up and make bulletins and light candles.  Here’s an example of what one family did.

Check back regularly for additional resources and ideas from our clergy and ministry teams.

Celebrating the Annunciation

On March 25, we celebrate the Annunciation of our Lord.

We invite you to watch Hail Mary, Full of Grace: Experiencing the Incarnation through the Arts.”

This video, compiled and edited by the Rev. Dr. Cheryl McFadden and Max Drinkwater, features music sung by the Cambridge Choirs and notable artwork for the feast. Enjoy!

Check back regularly for additional resources and ideas from our clergy and ministry teams.