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"The prayers of Episcopalians are with the people of Oklahoma in the midst of this tragic event. May the spirit of God hover over the broken, lost, and grieving, and may they meet the love of God in their neighbors’ responses."
The Most Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori
Presiding Bishop and Primate of The Episcopal Church
Summer Schedule: 9:30 AM Services at Christ Church, Millwood:
Holy Eucharist: is celebrated each Sunday.
Directions & Map .
Old Chapel, Boyce:
Services are held at Old Chapel on Easter and Sunday of the 2nd week of September. Intersection of US Route 340 and VA Route 255, between Boyce and Berryville.
Sat, July 6: Food Bank
Churches of Cunningham
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A Brief History
Christ Church Millwood
>Old Rectory/Parish House
Yesterday & Today
Originally referred to as "The Chapel at Cunningham's" (Cunningham's being the name of the tavern near the chapel), "Old Chapel," as it is now known, is the oldest Episcopal Church in continuous use west of the Blue Ridge Mountains. In 1892 we outgrew Old Chapel and moved to the relatively new village of Millwood where we built Christ Church.
Welcome to Christ Church
Christ Church is a welcoming and loving community of people who try to love God with all our hearts and minds and strength, and to love our neighbors as ourselves. God cares for you, and God loves you. God is always binding up the brokenhearted, healing the sick, setting us free, and bringing joy to the world. Come experience the transforming love of God at Christ Church!
View the full message from our Priest, Karin MacPhail
The Episcopal Diocese of Virginia
For Christ, for this time, for all time.
Diocese Conference Center at Shrine Mont
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Book of Common Prayer
The (Online) Book of Common Prayer and Administration of the Sacraments and Other Rites and Cremonies of the Church, together with The Psalter or Psalms of David, according to the use of The Episcopal Church.