Worship Services

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Bible Study

Join us at Christ Church Thursday at 10:30 a.m. for Bible Study. (In Person)

Noonday Eucharist

Join us at Christ Church at 12:00 p.m. for a Noonday Eucharist following Bible Study. (In Person)

Epiphany Worship Service

Join us at Christ Church Thursday at 5:30 p.m. for Epiphany.
In Person and Live Streamed via YouTube at 6:00 p.m. upon entering the Sanctuary.

Sunday Worship Service

Join us at Christ Church Sunday at 10:00 am for Epiphany 1
In-person worship service live-streamed via YouTube at 10:00 a.m.

Restrictions for indoor worship services

Everyone will wear a mask when entering and exiting the sanctuary and when in line for communion. You may mask throughout the service and please return to distancing. We encourage everyone eligible for the Covid vaccine to receive it for their own safety and for the love of neighbor.

No offering plate will be passed. Gifts will be collected online or in plates placed near the Church entrance.

Parking in the Metro Center parking lot is available. Press the button and take a ticket to enter. Please leave the entry ticket in the car so that it is readily available when exiting. Ushers will provide a ticket which you will need to exit. Both tickets will be needed in order to exit.

Reader Schedule


Chiming Schedule


Vestry Greeter and Lock Up Schedule



Thank you to everyone who has contributed to this project. Including the Diocese's grant of $5,000, and a matching grant of $10,000 from Landmarks Conservancy Sacred Sites, donations and pledges of over $70,000 have been received to date!

Your support, patience, and generosity throughout have been GREATLY appreciated!

Looking Ahead

Worship Service Schedule Through January

January 9th: Epiphany 1
10:00 a.m. Worship Service
In Person and Live Streamed via YouTube

January 16th: Epiphany 2
10:00 a.m. Worship Service
In Person and Live Streamed via YouTube

January 23rd: Epiphany 3
Morning Prayer
10:00 a.m. Worship Service
In Person and Live Streamed via YouTube

January 30th: Epiphany 4
10:00 a.m. Worship Service
In Person and Live Streamed via YouTube


Please Note: Mother Elizabeth will be on sabbatical from January 10th - March 1st, 2022. Worship, pastoral care, outreach and the fellowship and work of the church shall continue.

Congregational Survey

Thank you to everyone who filled in the online check in survey. For a variety of reasons we are postponing the phone check in on everyone but stay tuned and stay in touch.

The online check in remains available on our website if you wish to respond.
Water Street Parking Ramp Demolition is Underway!

Winter Warmth Project

We have begun placing bags of hats, scarves, and gloves on the railing outside the church. Donations can be left in the back of the church after worship service or at the church during the church’s office hours.

Christ Church Amazon

When you're shopping on Amazon, go to smile.amazon.com and list "Christ Church Binghamton" as your charity of choice. The Church will receive .5 % of your purchase!

Over $500 has been given to Christ Church from your Amazon purchases since its program began. THANK YOU for designating Christ Church to receive these proceeds. Every little bit helps.

Pledges & Donations

Christ Episcopal Church remained and remains present to our congregation and the broader community in this time of pandemic. We thank all who have supported our work and worship and ask for your ongoing contributions that we may remain a positive presence in the lives of many and in caring for one another.
2022 pledge cards have been sent out. If you have not received one, please contact the office. We ask that parishioners fill out the bottom portion and return it to the church. You can mail in your pledge or drop it off after the 10:00 a.m. Sunday service.

Pledges and other donations can be mailed to the church. If you do not have envelopes, we will use the name on your check.
You can donate via our website at www.christepiscopalbing.com/donate/. You can now click donate to send your pledge or other special donations. You can donate specifically to CHOW, Katie's Closet, the Rector's Discretionary Fund and Cross/Roof Repair.

A big THANK YOU to those who already have!

Prayers & Prayer List

I cannot tell you how the light comes, but that it does. That it will. That it works its way into the deepest dark that enfolds you, though it may seem long ages in coming or arrive in a shape you did not foresee.

And so we pray we may turn ourselves toward the light giving thanks for Christ’s birth and this communion. May we lift our faces to let the light find us. May we bend our bodies to follow the arc it makes. May we open and open more and open still to the blessed light that comes. *

With thanks to Jan Richardson*

Prayer List

In the week ahead, please pray for comfort and healing for: Bobbie, Connor Daniel, Don, George, Jeanette, Joell, Kathy, Mark, Osmond, Rose, Sally, and Scott.

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