The Reverend Canon Chris Roberts will be with us this Sunday and we promise not to mess with the hymns! Please join us!
We've got a busy schedule for the early part of Lent!
Tuesday, February 17 - Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper at St. Paul's in Virginia City from 5pm to 7pm.
Wednesday, February 18 - Ash Wednesday service with imposition of ashes starting at 7pm.
Friday, February 20 - Game Night! Yes, we still Scrabble during Lent. Looking for domino experts too! Meet us at 6pm in the Parish Hall for games, popcorn and refreshments.
Wednesday, February 25 - Christ Church Lenten Breakfast at 7am. We'll need all hands to pull off another successful breakfast. Please check with Alice Forwood to find out how you can help.
Let's keep our Lent together!
Join St. Paul's in Virginia City on Tuesday, February 17th from 5pm to 7pm for their annual Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper! It's a great way to start your Lenten season.
A couple weeks ago, our new Senior Warden, Sandra Baril, shared a link on Facebook that greatly deserves to be shared on our blog. The link is to Ben Irwin's "11 Things I Love About the Episcopal Church". (http://benirwin.me/2015/01/22/11-things-about-the-episcopal-church/) Enjoy!!
Our friend and lifelong member of Christ Church, Gloria Lombardi passed away on January 21st. Gloria will be greatly missed and we share her obituary, most of which she wrote.
Gloria Lombardi, 78, passed on Wednesday evening, January 21, 2015, following a long battle with cancer.
She was born April 3, 1936, in a farmhouse east of Sheridan, Montana, to Nifty and Lillian Costle. She lived her entire life in the valley.
She is survived by her husband, Bob Lombardi; her son and daughter-in-law, Lee and Pollann Bruner of Butte; and her three grandchildren, Robert, Michael and John. She is preceded in death by her sons, Stephen and Michael.
She attended 12 years of school in Sheridan, and graduated from Western Montana College in Dillon. She taught school for 20 years in the Twin Bridges and Sheridan districts. Gloria was very active in community service throughout her entire life. she served on the 4-H Council for many years, helped establish the scouting program in Twin Bridges, served on the Twin Bridges City Council, and with her friends ran the poultry and rabbit projects at the Madison County Fair. She was a lifelong member of Christ Church in Sheridan.
Gloria and Bob farmed outside of Whitehall. She raised cattle, sold eggs, and was very proud of her small flock of purebred Rambouillet ewes.
Gloria enjoyed playing cards every week with her friends, going to the players in Virginia City, drives through the Upper Ruby, family dinners, horseback riding, holidays and Mass on Sunday. She will be deeply missed by her family, her friends and the community.
The congregation of Christ Church is thankful for the blessings that Gloria brought to our community.
The February edition of the Christ Church Chronicle summarizes what a great 2014 we had highlighting Parish Hall improvements.Our new Senior Warden reports on the new leadership and what 2015 looks likes. Click the button below for a downloadable pdf version.
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