Outreach / Serve


How We Help

How We Help


Discipleship is relational and Christ Church seeks to make disciples by nurturing authentic relationships with our students and their families.  We encourage families to worship together, while we also offer two Sunday School classes specifically for Children and Youth at 10:15am in between our services. Parents may register children in the Courtyard between 10 and 10:15am.  Children 3 rd – 5 th grade then gather into our elementary class, while middle and high school students generally meet in our Youth Room. Both meet until 11:10am, so students are free to rejoin their families. We also challenge students to grow relationally through monthly service and fellowship opportunities.

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1-Missed Sunday? Check in on our YouTube channel anytime for Scripture and a message. https://www.youtube.com/@ChristChurchStPeteFlorida

2-Heavenly Friends Class is a group of 55+ adults who meet in the Asbury Room from 10-11am. This class offers a bible study with in-depth weekly teachings, while leaving time for questions and discussion.

3- Small Groups: Check in on our events page often! We offer several bible studies, fellowship opportunities, and events throughout the year.

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Our music ministry strives to show great appreciation for the history and traditions of some of the classic hymns many of us grew up on. At the same time, we have ‘The Gathering Band’ that plays more modern christian music.

Magnificent 73 Rank Aeolian-Skinner Pipe Organ – one of the largest pipe organs in the state of Florida

Sanctuary Choir, a well-balanced ensemble of musicians serving the Traditional Worship service

Gathering Band of 5 musicians serving the Contemporary Worship Service  

A Sacred Music Scholarship Program – provides stipend each semester for young adults enrolled in local colleges/universities who serve this music ministry

A Sacred Music Intern Program – a part-time paid position as an assistant to the director of music. 

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Day Care

The Hortin Child Development Center operates on the campus of Christ Church. Their mission is to enrich the lives of children ages 2-5, their families, and the staff by providing full time quality care and education in an affordable, nurturing, Christian environment. More information can be found at www.Hortin.org

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Mission Possible

As a church, we recognize how many deserving causes exist. At Christ Church, we choose a monthly mission to focus on; bringing the hearts, hands, and minds of the congregation together to tackle a seemingly unattainable assignment. It may not seem feasible. . .“But with God All Things are Possible.”  Matthew 19:26

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5th Sunday Outreach

When a month has five Sundays, we use the “Extra” Sunday to go outside the walls of the church and serve the neighbors in our community. Previous Service Sundays have been used to feed the homeless, gather supplies for local outreach organizations, and visit local coin laundromats to offer supplies and prayer to neighbors.

We also have served food at Ronald McDonald House and Salvation Army, created care packages for All Children’s Hospital, helped make baby blankets for at-risk babies and their mothers, made packages and cards for prison inmates, made Christmas decorations for an assisted living home, and made meals and delivered them to any homeless we found in the city… All we do is to serve the community we are in.

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Laundry Drop

2nd Saturdays 8:30-10:30am

The 2nd Saturday of each month, volunteers start at 8:30 am to assemble gift bags for recipients at various laundromats. 

Then at 9:30 am, we distribute those bags to our neighbors in local laundromats.

If you’ve ever had to look outside your own house to do laundry, you know how much of a challenge it can be. We get it! Some folks rely on coin machines for their daily and weekly needs while others find themselves in circumstances that force them to rely on this service. Our Church community takes time to offer assistance in the way of detergent, dryer sheets, special gifts, and monetary assistance.

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Pueblo Nuevo Church in Matanzas Cuba has been our covenanted sister church since March 2000. Members of our congregation have twice visited the faithful there, delivering much needed ministry and medical supplies. Both teams were gratefully received and humbled by the ncredible hospitality extended.

Our fundraising and support efforts are continual. 2 electric bikes have been the most recent contributions, enabling Pastor Eduardo to minister to the house churches and members living in the countryside. Pueblo Nuevo also hosts a ministerial college and has a thriving youth ministry.

The people have huge joy in Jesus. We keep them in our prayers and we are held in theirs.

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With the new leadership of Pastor Dawn Worden, comes a new connection to the Evangelical Methodist Church of Argentina. We use a new model of international missions that focuses on partnerships and building friendships between churches, pastors, and people of two nations. If you have an interest in connecting with people abroad and learn about how God works in a new world, give us a ring.

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Want to Get Involved?

We would love to have you as a part of our outreach activities. You do not have to belong to the Church to participate. All are welcome. If you’re intrested click the button below to get more information.