Senior Adults

This ministry is specifically designed to serve parishioners who are 60 and older and those who care for and love them. Our mission is to support Senior members of Christ Church as we transition into later seasons of life.

Our goals are to:

  • Build community among Seniors through participation in church activities.
  • Be a channel of communication for church activities that are of interest to Seniors.
  • Develop new resources for Seniors as needs are identified.
  • Advocate for Senior members.

If you would like to learn more about this ministry, or have a question, an idea, or a need, please contact the church office at 919-834-6259. We are here to support you!

Upcoming Community Events

Duke Caregiver Community Event: Are you a professional caregiver or care for a loved one? The Duke Caregiver Community Event offers insights from experts and ways to connect with services and support systems. Find answers and resources that can help you navigate this journey. The Duke Caregiver Community Event will take place twice in 2022, each time with unique content and presentations. Duke will host a series of virtual presentations on Sept. 20, followed by an in-person conference in Durham, North Carolina on Oct. 28. Learn more and register via this link.

Lunch & Learn is back! Learn more about upcoming events via this link.

Adult Christian Formation Programs

A variety of programs, both secular and religious, are offered for fellowship and learning.

Offerings that are often of interest to Seniors include:

  • Adult Christian Formation sessions during the Sunday School hour (10:10-10:50 a.m.) – Learn more via this link.
  • Tuesday Bible Study, “Bible Works – Tools for Living,” led by The Rev. James P. Adams. Click HERE for more information.

If you are not able to attend, the recording may be accessed HERE.

For a full list of Adult Christian Formation opportunities, including seasonal offerings, visit Adults.

Pastoral Care Ministries

Friendly Visitors

Trained parishioners visit at least once per month and develop one-on-one relationships with those who are homebound or who express a desire for a new friendship.

Grief Support

Small groups are formed once a year (or more) to gather with a trained facilitator to process, learn, share and mend from the experience of bereavement. For information about upcoming grief support groups, follow this link.

Pastors’ Aide

Parishioners deliver casseroles and stews to those in times of need or illness.

Prayer Shawls

Parishioners knit and crochet shawls which represent the love of God and the Church, and they are blessed by the clergy and delivered to those in need of comfort.

Stephen Ministry

Trained parishioners provide weekly one-on-one spiritual companionship for those experiencing a crisis, loss, or life transition.


Parishioners contact those experiencing joys and sorrows and pass along the love and support of Christ Church.

For a full list of Pastoral Care ministries and contact information, visit Pastoral Care.

Additional Resources

A Good and Holy End

  • Conversations around the end of life – video resource.
  • Distribution of ashes in the Memorial Garden. To request that ashes be interred in the Christ Church Memorial Garden, please contact our Pastoral Care Coordinator.
  • Finishing Well: Use this link to access the Finishing Well booklet, which provides a guide for making practical plans for the end of life.


  • Our Sanctuary and Parish Hall are equipped with induction loop systems, which transmit audio directly and clearly into hearing aids equipped with a T-coil.
  • Large print versions of The Book of Common Prayer are available at all services. Simply ask an usher and/or greeter to provide a copy for you.

For more information about Church Accessibility, including accessible parking and entrances, visit the Accessibility Page.

Prayer List

  • Sunday list: For parishioners and their relatives who wish to have their names read in Sunday services.
  • Daily list: A more confidential and far-reaching daily prayer list prayed over by clergy and Daughters of the King

Please contact our Pastoral Care Coordinator to be added to prayer lists.

Weekly Mailing

Prefer postal mail or don’t have access to email?  By request, the church will send you a hardcopy version of its weekly reflection and Sunday bulletin. Contact the church office at 919-834-6259.