310 N. K Street, Tacoma, WA 98403

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We are an accepting Episcopal parish renewing its people as disciples of Jesus Christ through worship, prayer, music, the visual arts, formation, service, and acts of justice and peace.

SUMMER SUNDAYS IN THE COURTYARD   
Morning Prayer 10:30
June 20 – July 25  

[Required: Masks (regardless of vaccination status), physical distancing, sign-in for contact tracing.]

All are welcome! We provide Service Booklets prepared by Father Torvend, chairs, extra masks, and hand sanitizer. Hosted and led each Sunday by parishioners.

EUCHARIST IN THE COURTYARD
August 1 and 8, 10:30 a.m.

EUCHARIST IN THE CHURCH
 Beginning August 15, 10:30 a.m.

Read Our Newsletter: The Weekly

Worship videos at Christ Church Tacoma
Choral Music at Christ Church Tacoma Music
Organ Music at Christ Church Tacoma Organ

Re-Gathering in Person

Summer worship began outdoors in our courtyard on June 20 with Morning Prayer. We begin celebrating Eucharist outdoors on August 1 and move into our church building on August 15.

While the virus is still active in our community and our county vaccination rate is low, we promote safety at all in-person events by requiring Masks (regardless of vaccination status), physical distancing, and sign-in for contact tracing.

Whether you’re new to Christ Church
or already a member of our community,
YOU ARE WELCOME! 

Worship and Music

 

Faith Formation

 

Service

 

Let’s Connect

 

LAND ACKNOWLEDGMENT

Let us give thanks to the Creator for the Puyallup and Nisqually people on whose ancestral land this church and many of our homes stand. For their wise stewardship of the creation, we offer our gratitude. May we never forget that their land was often taken by force and broken treaty.

Opportunities for Online Learning

  • Monthly Reading Group

    Sunday, August 15 at 6:30 pm7:30 pm

    meets in person, with masks and social distancing, at the home of Sandy and Ronn Johanson to discuss...

Full list HERE.
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