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The Sunday School is dedicated to providing the children and youth of our community a spiritual foundation that will guide them through life.
Its goal is to provide the young children biblical instruction, time for reflection and an opportunity for hands-on activities. For the older children, in-depth discussion of Bible scriptures, extensions of scriptures to contemporary times and opportunities to examine their faith.

Most of the women of the church are members of this group and provide support to the church during social gatherings.

The choir leads the musical aspect of the worship service.  Though small in numbers, its members are capable of filling the sanctuary with their melodious tunes.  

The ushers welcome and assist worshipers at the services.  They ensure the orderly flow of parishioners to the altar during the Eucharist.  They assist in the general arrangement of the prayer books and hymnals before and after services.

The lay readers are the Lay Liturgical Leadership. They are trained in the proper methods of public reading and leading Morning and Evening Prayer services.  The Eucharistic Ministers assist in the Eucharist by administering the Chalice.

This is a group of individuals who have answered God’s call to love one another. The ministry is done collaboratively with Grace Lutheran Church. The group is comprised of “Visitors” who visit the sick and shut-in and administer Holy Communion and “Callers” who maintain telephone contact with the sick and shut-in. In addition, sick or season appropriate cards are also sent to those in distress. 

This small group of highly motivated individuals is charged with the proper upkeep of the church property. It is their responsibility to ensure that the buildings are safe and make recommendations to the vestry for preventative maintenance and capital improvement.

The Finance Committee assists the Treasurer in preparing and managing the budget and making fiscal recommendations to the vestry.

This organization is comprised of, but not limited to members of Christ Church.  The aim of this organization is to provide a forum where the men could gather socially.  The Men’ of Christ Church is noted for its annual Pancake Supper on Shrove Tuesday.  The group also serves as mentors to the younger men of the congregation.

This committee administers the Faith and Hope Food pantry and coordinates the various efforts by Christ Church to reach beyond its walls. This group in conjunction with Bergen County Homeless orgs and Grace Lutheran church is involved in a variety of outreach efforts.

This small group of talented individuals adds the melodious dimension to our Sunday worship service. They are forever expanding their repertoire of music reflecting the cultural mix of the congregation. 

The Stewardship committee spearheads the every member canvass. The committee is responsible for the education of members of the congregation on the various aspects of Stewardship. Also included in its charge is the initiation and execution of the yearly Stewardship campaign.

This committee is charged with the responsibility of ensuring that Christ Church maintains its unique worship style representative of its diversity. The members plan and experiment with various forms of praise utilizing the full range of liturgical options available within the Episcopal tradition of America.

This is a group of well trained and disciplined young people of secondary school age both male and female who serve at the altar during Sunday services.

This group of dedicated and conscientious parishioners sets the altar and prepares the vestments for Sunday worship.  The sisters of this guild regard this as a very special ministry.
The success of any church lies in the strength of its committees.
Parish Life
Parish Prayer
Blessed God, we give you thanks and praise for your many blessings to us and to our parish, especially for the new life we find in Jesus Christ our Lord and the power which is given by your Holy Spirit.  Increase in us, we pray, the gifts of faith, hope and love; give to our congregation the vision to see your ways and the wisdom to follow them; use us to bring many to know your saving love.  We know and affirm that you are already working in and through us to do these things even as we pray in the Name of Jesus.  Amen

The late Bill Madison 
presents Bishop Elect Mark Beckwidth 
the following salutation

Accept the trust we offer thee, 
Our Bishop and our guide;
May justice, truth, and purpose high, 
In all thy power abide.

Oh! Lead us by the light of truth,
To walk in wisdom's way,
Through all the trying paths of life,
To realms of the endless days.

William C. Madison October 31st 2006. 
 Christ Episcopal Church
of Teaneck New Jersey
480 Warwick Ave. Teaneck, NJ 07666 - Parish Office:  201-833-4502 - Email:  cecteaneck@optonline.net