Creation Care Campus Eco Clean-up at Christ Church, Greenwich

Creation Care Campus Eco Clean-up at Christ Church, Greenwich

Grab your garden gloves and join other parishioners and the Creation Care Committee for an eco-work morning. We will identify and remove invasive plants, look for good ideas to advance the environmental health of Christ Church, and enjoy fellowship and time in nature. Visit Dogwood Books & Gifts and show your work gloves for a free coffee!

Graceful Aging Series at Christ Church, Greenwich

A new conversation group for the 55+ crowd.

Family Room, every Tuesday through December 13

Looking for inspiration, connection and good conversation? Wondering how to maintain your well-being now or in the years ahead? How to stay engaged with your soul? We’ll share poetry, literature and arts…wisdom from the ages, finding signs of the Spirit in our own lives, together.

Contact: Mary Cattan, D. Min., LMFT 203-249-1018 maryvtcattan@gmail.com

LGBTQ+ Ice Cream Social at Christ Church, Greenwich

Come Celebrate Pride Month with the Christ Church, Greenwich family. We are a community of people committed to living the way of God’s unconditional, unselfish love for every human being. Join us for a casual afternoon of conversation, friendship and ice cream.

Packathon for Ukrainian Refugees at Christ Church, Greenwich

JOIN US FRIDAY AT 5:00 PM IN THE PARISH HALL TO PACK 35,000 MEALS TO SHIP TO POLAND TO FEED REFUGEES. EVERYONE IS WELCOME TO VOLUNTEER. During a two-and-a-half-hour shift, teams of volunteers assembled four complete nutritious ingredients: a carbohydrate, dehydrated vegetables, vitamin powder and a bean protein. Volunteers weigh the packages, seal them and boxed them for distribution. This is a simple, organized, and cost-effective way to feed children and families who have fled their homes. BRING FRIENDS AND FAMILY. SPREAD THE WORD.

Live Concert! Spirituals and Gospel Music, Influence and Celebration of African American Music at Christ Church, Greenwich

Out of the pain and suffering of being enslaved and losing their homelands came the miracle of the glorious music of the American Spiritual. As they worked and worshiped they sang their stories through ‘coded’ lyrics featuring appropriations of stories from the religion of their enslavers, of freedom trains, promised lands, and deep rivers.

An accomplished, recorded pianist and composer and Chair of Jazz Studies at the SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Music, Pete Malinverni has had a career in inspirational settings including 18 years as the Minister of Music at Devoe Baptist Church, pianist and conductor at Westchester Reform Temple and Music Director at the Pound Ridge Community Church. Mr. Malinverni will discuss this musical history and perform a program of songs with some of his SUNY Purchase students.