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St. Christopher's Church is dedicated to bringing God's people to Christ through the sacraments of the Catholic church, devotions, prayer, community support and service.  


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Mass Schedule & Directions

Parish Calendar of Events

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Parish & Community News


Starting September 6th, St. Christopher's will begin the process of electing new parish council members. The purpose of the Parish Council is to offer advice and counsel to the pastor thus helping him identify pastoral need in the parish. As directed by the pastor, the Parish Council works to discern a set of goals for the parish and facilitate their implementation.

Some Parish Council members are appointed and some are automatically included due to their ministry role but most members are elected by the parish for a two year term. All members vote. To qualify, a candidate must be a participating member of the parish and a Catholic in good standing with the norms of the Catholic Church. Prayerfully consider serving on the council. 

Nomination forms will be available for online submission,
download, or paper submission in the coming weeks. Check the bulletin and website for more details to come. Elections will be held on October 11th and 12th after masses.



We would like all families to please sign    up or renew their Safeway club cards. By participating in the eScrip program, SCP is enrolled in a passive fundraising program providing us with funds to improve our program and purchase resources for our classrooms. Please look for a separate sign-up sheet in your child's folder. Thank you in advance for your support!




KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS CRAB AND SHRIMP FEAST-American Legion Crab Shack. Saturday, September 27, 2014 from 4pm-7pm. $38 per person.TICKETS ON SALE AFTER MASS. TICKETS ARE LIMITED!


MUSIC MINISTRY-Please consider becoming a part of the Music Ministry at St.
Christopher's!  All groups will begin practicing again in September, there are no auditions
required just a desire to make a joyful noise! Contact Maryalice Davis for more

CHILDREN'S CHOIR-This group is led by Ms. Denise and is open to elementary school students.  Practices begin on September 11th and are on Thursdays from 6:00-6:45PM in the church.  The children's choir will sing at the 9:00AM mass the 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month throughout the school year as well as Christmas, Easter and Mother's Day.  All singers and instrumentalists are welcome! 

*TEEN CHOIR*new!-This is a new group led by JP Bailey, that is open to all musicians in middle school and high school.  The teen choir will provide the music for the 5:00PM Sunday mass on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month as well as Christmas, Easter and other special liturgies throughout the year.  There will be a few initial practices at the beginning of the year, and then practices will be at 4:00 Sunday before mass.

CONTEMPORARY GROUP-The contemporary group provides the music for the 9:00AM mass on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month and for other special liturgies throughout the year. Practices are at 8:00AM before the mass with a few extra practices for the special liturgies.  All singers and instrumentalists are invited to join!

ST. CHRISTOPHERS CHOIR-The choir practices on Thursday
evenings in the church beginning at 7:00PM.  The choir provides traditional music for the 11:00AM mass each week as well as Holy Days and other special liturgies throughout the year.  There is no audition, and you do not need to read music to join.  

CANTORS-Cantors are needed to lead the congregation in song at all masses and are usually scheduled for one or two masses per month.  This is a great way to become part of the music ministry - please contact Maryalice if you are interesting in becoming a cantor. 

LITURGY COMMITTEE- Save the date-September 13-Liturgical Conference for lectors, ushers music group and Eucharistic Ministers. This will be on a Saturday AM. Guest speaker will talk to us about the Mass, its principal parts, their origin, meaning, etc. Anyone interested in serving as a lector, usher, musician or Eucharistic Minister is welcome to attend. RSVP to Norman Vitrano at 410-643-3125.