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The Shorter Catechism states, “Man’s chief end is to glorify God and to enjoy Him forever.” The chief end of the church is the same, because “the chief thing in all the world is God’s glory” (Philippians 2:9-11). God created us to worship Him. Therefore, Christ Church, Presbyterian, is committed to worshiping the Triune God via the ordinary means of grace using historic, biblical patterns of Christian worship. In our worship we shall read the Bible, preach the Bible, pray the Bible, and sing the Bible.

- Excerpt from "Why Do We Do That? A Guide to Worship at Christ Church, Presbyterian". Prepared by the Worship Committee and Adopted by the Session in May, 2006.

On Sunday, March 17, 2013, the members of Christ Church, Presbyterian worshipped and sang hymns for the first time accompanied by our fully-installed Cornell-Zimmer organ.

To Learn More about Cornell-Zimmer and View Photos of their work, click here and you will be taken to the Cornel Zimmer Organs website.

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