Christ Church, Presbyterian Burlington, Vermont
Christ Church, Presbyterian Burlington, Vermont


Prayer Chain

Please bring your prayers to worship on Sunday afternoons.  Please direct all prayer network requests for immediate crises during the week to prayerchain(at)christchurchburlington(dot)org or to the CCP office by phone 802-862-1898.

Worship Planners

Worship Planners meets most Tuesday afternoons in our space in the lower level of St. Paul's.  If you have ideas for how we could enhance your worship life - in music, liturgy, themes to be explored in the context of worship - please attend our meetings or speak with one of us. For more information call 658-4169.

“Word of the Week” Photo Project

Each week we focus on a word or theme in our service, and invite anyone with a related photo to share it.  This week’s word is “PERCEPTION”  Please send photos on this theme to office(at)christchurchburlington(dot)org so that they may be shared.

Pastoral Care

Rev. Marjorie MacNeill is available to provide pastoral care at this time, as well as any of the deacons.  Please contact the church office if you require contact information for any of these people.

Ash Wednesday is February 26th

Ash Wednesday is February 26th. We will begin our observance of the Lenten season with an Ash Wednesday service at 6:00 PM. The service will include the imposition of ashes. Please join us as we begin our 40-day Lenten journey individually and as a community. Commissioned Lay Pastor Frank Sadowski will lead us in this contemplative evening service.

JUMP Sunday

This is JUMP Sunday, the day we receive our monthly offering for the Joint Urban Ministry Project. All cash offerings received today as well as any checks made payable to CCP - with JUMP in the memo - will be donated to this vital interfaith ministry. Thank you for your generosity in helping the people in our community who count on our support for the basic necessities of life. 

REEL to REAL (R2R)      

Friday Night Movies @CCP 

6:00 - 6:30PM: Potluck supper                6:30 – 9:00PM:  Film & Discussion
Bring a friend and a dish to share. 
Best to park in the garage!



February 28, 2020

Maiden (2019)
You don’t have to be a feminist or a sailor to appreciate this true story of the first all-female crew to enter the “Whitbread Round the World Race.”  In 1989 Tracy Edwards, the feisty, single-minded, 27-year old skipper and navigator of the newly refurbished “Maiden,” upset what had been the yachting world’s most notorious “boys club.”  She assembled an international crew and led them on a grueling, nine-month-long, 33,000 nautical mile voyage through some of the most treacherous seas known to man (or woman). Archival footage is skillfully intertwined with present day, one-on-one interviews with Tracy and her indomitable crew. Viewers experience the reality of surviving life-threatening fifty-foot waves, the misogyny of the press, and the daily challenges of 279 days sharing tight quarters with a bunch of strong women. “Taut” “gripping,” “riveting,” “stunning,” and “moving” are just a few of the words reviewers’ use to describe this award-winning documentary.  The film’s heart-pumping finale is worth the price of admission. To quote Elinore: “I cannot wait to watch it again!” Rotten Tomatoes: 98%. Running time: 97 minutes.

Presbyterians for Just Immigration

Looking for information about the recent Supreme Court decision to not enjoin the government's rule that asylum seekers must apply for asylum in another country (i.e. Guatemala, Mexico) they pass through before arriving at the southern border of the United States - 3rd country rule asylum ban? CLINIC has provided a brief summary.


First Presbyterian Church in Canton, Mississippi, is part of the Mississippi workplace raid response. The Office of Immigration Issues created a response guide that includes how you can help support the response and prepare for one in your community before it happens. 

Supporting Immigrants in Our Community

For those seeking ways to support immigrants in our community, please use the document below for a list of actions you can take right now.

Things that you can do_.docx
Microsoft Word document [2.8 MB]

Weekly Meditation Group

Are you curious about meditation and interested in exploring it a bit? Or, are you familiar with meditation, and interested in practicing in a group? In either case, this group is for you!

We’ll meet on Fridays from 7:30-8:00 am, in our space at St. Paul's. Whether you have never meditated or have done so occasionally this is a time to learn or begin a spiritual practice that can bring real benefits to your life.  All are welcome. For further information, contact Tom Barritt at 862-1336 or at tmbarritt(at)yahoo(dot)com.

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