Christ Episcopal Church
Who We Are
Staff and Leadership  
Christian Formation
Parish Activities
Youth Activities
Church Calendar
Photo Albums
Additional Information
Contact Christ Episcopal Chuch

428 Pee Dee Avenue, Albemarle, NC 28001 (704) 982-1428
The Rev. Dr. James B. Bernacki, Rector

Additional Information

This section contains information on the topics listed below in PDF format. You need to have Acrobat Reader installed on your computer in order to read these files. Please click the Acrobat Reader icon if you need this software. Get Adobe Acrobat Reader


(The Altar Guild Handbook and Glossary are very large files, please be patient)

Altar Guild Handbook

Backpack for Kids

Christ Church - Facebook



Website Calendar Help

Nave windows at Christmas


The World-wide Anglican Communion

The Anglican Communion - The official website of the Anglican Communion

Anglicans Online! - An award-winning site from Vancouver, Canada

The Episcopal Church in the United States

The Episcopal Church in the USA - The official website of the Episcopal Church in the USA

The National Cathedral - The official website of the Cathedral Church of Sts. Peter and Paul in Washington, D.C.

Episcopal Life On-line - The newsletter of the Episcopal Church

The Episcopal Network for Stewardship - A website for promoting the stewardship of generosity

The Diocese of North Carolina

The Diocese of North Carolina - The official website of our diocese

Links to Other Spiritual Resources

The Book of Common Prayer - Information about the Book of Common Prayer including its history plus of over two dozen online versions from around the world.

Christian Biographies - James Kiefer's hagiography (the study of saints) site opens with the appointed Saint's Feast Day.

Christian Symbols - Click on any item in the Table of Contents to read about a topic or use the built-in search engine to research a specific symbol.

Eucharistic Lectionary - A source of readings from the Episcopal lectionary

Prayer Shawl Ministry - Information about this growing movement that provides a thoughtful and caring ministry to others while working creatively with one's hands.