Over 100 volunteers serve behind-the-scenes to make our Sunday worship gatherings happen. Joining a Serving Team helps meet practical needs and is also a great way to meet some new people. Join us for a lunch after the worship service on September 17 to learn more about all the opportunities to serve. Training for Setup/Teardown Team and Hospitality Team will also happen at this event.
Want to build relationships with others at Christ City? Don't miss Community Sunday, where we'll share more about Story Groups, our pathway for deep relationship. After the worship service, join us in the cafeteria for a light lunch and an opportunity to connect to a Story Group that's a good fit for you.
Are you new to Christ City Church? Or have you been attending Sunday worship gatherings for a while and you're ready to take the next step? Join us for About Us immediately following the worship service on May 7 to hear the story of Christ City Church and how you can get connected.
The Rabbit Hole Lectures are a series of theological talks for curious minds. The next lecture will be February 17, 2017 at 6pm at Central Christian Church. Registration is $10, dinner provided. Join us as we will hear from Jeff Schulte and Phil Herndon on The Theology of Feelings. Register online here.
A Christmas Party for Memphis! JamborEVE is happening on December 22 at 6pm at historic Clayborn Temple in Downtown Memphis. Free food + cash bar + music by Bluff City Soul Collective. This is an event that you and your family and your friends do not want to miss! Learn more at jamboreve.com.
This Fall, Christ City men are invited to experience a weekend away of purpose + play at St. Columba retreat center just outside the Memphis city limits. We will have speakers from Sage Hill Counseling leading in conversation, and plenty of games for some friendly competition. Food and drink provided. Space is limited. Cost is $100 per person.
Do you live in the East Binghampton neighborhood, or are you passionate about seeing that neighborhood flourish? Join Jamin Carter and Jesse Clark and their families for a cook out to hear more about what it could look like to practically love, serve, and care for East Binghampton as a community.