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Want to know more about us?

Our goal at Christ Church is to live out our faith personally, locally, and internationally. We encourage personal faith through the relationships and accountability found in groups and studies. Hard questions and doubters are welcome. Locally, we serve through programs such as our local food pantry, after school tutoring, and community meals. Internationally, we combine with the efforts of thousands of Methodist congregations to minister in areas of injustice and insecurity.

Are you considering a visit with us? Below are some commonly asked questions. Check the links above for more information and feel free to contact us if you have further questions.

What are your services like?

Worship services at Christ Church are traditional yet casual. Our worship, sermons, and celebrations follow the lectionary texts and liturgical year. We enjoy traditional hymns, sacred classical music, and contemporary arrangements as well.

What should I wear?

Our church atmosphere is casual and people come in a variety of dress from jeans to suits. Come however you feel most comfortable.

Will I have to wear a name tag?

No, visitors are not asked to wear name tags We want you to feel comfortable. We will greet you warmly, invite you to donut time, but we will not ask you to wear a name tag.

How often do you celebrate Communion?

We observe Holy Communion on the first Sunday of every month and every Wednesday at noon. At Christ Church, we practice open table where people of all faiths are welcome.

Where do my kids go?

Your children are always welcome in our services. A portion of each worship service is dedicated to our children through the weekly Children’s Time. Child care is available for infants and preschoolers. Sunday School classes for all ages are at 9:15 a.m. every Sunday. Children’s Church for grade school children is during the 10:30 a.m. service. As a Safe Sanctuary compliant ministry, be assured that your child’s care and safety is important to us.

Do you have other activities for my kids outside of Sunday School?

It is our goal to make children and youth an active part of our family worship services. We offer a children’s choir, an acolyte program, a children’s sermon, children’s church, Vacation Bible School, and age appropriate service opportunities. Our youth group for grades 6-12 meets weekly, Sundays at 5 p.m.

Where are you located?

Christ Church is located on the corner of Third & Wooster Streets in Marietta, Ohio. For driving directions, refer to the map to the right.

Where should I park?

Street parking is available on both sides of Wooster and Third Streets. Additional parking is located in our parking lot at 429 Third Street.

Is your building wheelchair accessible?

Yes, Christ Church has several accessible parking places on Wooster St. The Education Wing entrance (marked church office) has an automatic door switch for ease of entry. All levels of our building are attainable by elevator.