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Welcome to Christ Church New Brighton, Staten Island, New York

A Warm Welcome Awaits You

Our mission statement: FELLOWSHIP and COMMUNITY OUTREACH based on real need that encourages participation and a sense of belonging:

  • Traditional Anglican faith-based WORSHIP with an emphasis on music
  • Loving and compassionate PASTORAL CARE focussed on real need
  • Encouraging the participation and understanding of belonging for our CHILDREN & YOUTH

Service Times

Morning Prayer Rite I at 7:30 am
Holy Eucharist Rite II at 9:00 a.m.
YouTube link

Monday through Friday

6 AM Morning Prayer Rite I in the Chapel

175th Anniversary Celebration

This Sunday, July 14th, is the Eighth Sunday after Pentecost.
As per our Summer Schedule, there is one service
today at 9am in-person and via YouTube.
The liturgical color is GREEN.
Sunday School Classes will resume in September.

The Rev. Trevor R. Babb, Rector, Christ Church New BrightonFrom the Rector's Desk

Dear Saints of God,

Greetings to you in the name of our Lord and Christ.

We have begun our Summer Schedule, which will run through Sunday, September 8th, 2024. A comprehensive schedule was provided as part of our recent Parish Update.

Prayers for the Parish
Almighty and everliving God, ruler of all things in heaven and earth, hear our prayers for this parish family. Strengthen the faithful, arouse the careless, and restore the penitent. Grant us all things necessary for our common life, and bring us all to be of one heart and mind within your holy Church; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Blessings and peace to all.

Fr. Trevor+

Summer Worship Schedule

Education for Ministry link

Did You Know?

Did you know that even at standstill, you are actually travelling at 2.7 million MPH through the universe?
Add up the speed of the rotating earth, the earth revolving around the sun, the sun moving in the milky way, and the milky way moving through the universe and you get one fast speeding ticket.

Did you know that there is National Etch-A-Sketch Day?
Etch A Sketch Day is celebrated annually on July 12. Etch A Sketch is a mechanical toy used for drawing. It's an invention by André Cassagnes from France, and was manufactured by the Ohio Art Company. The Etch A Sketch was introduced on July 12, 1960 and sold for $2.99 (equivalent to $26 today). Being a classic, it has entertained and delighted generations of kids. Etch A Sketch Day is celebrated mainly by organizations, and everyone is encouraged to be creative and have fun.

Did you know that peanut butter can be made into diamonds?
Peanut butter can be converted into diamonds by subjecting it to extremely high temperature and pressure. Be warned- the quality of diamond produced by the peanut butter won't be something to write home about. The resulting diamonds are typically very small and tend to be muddy in color.

Lucky Draw

BSA Troop 76 Court of Awards

We are thrilled to announce that Cristian Soler from Troop 76 has achieved the prestigious Eagle Scout rank, the highest accomplishment in scouting. The recognition ceremony took place at Christ Church last Saturday, where Fr. Trevor, Troop 76 leaders, fellow scouts, family, and friends gathered to celebrate this remarkable achievement. Cristian demonstrated exceptional leadership and dedication in earning his Eagle Rank, culminating in a significant project at Christ Church. Special thanks go to Mr. Watson, Mr. Fehr, Ms. Elizabeth, and Ms. Charlotte for their unwavering support, as well as to Cristian's family for their integral role in his journey to this remarkable milestone. SEE PHOTOS ABOVE.

BSA Troop 76 Eagle Scout Project - Christian Soler

Cristian successfully completed his Eagle Scout Project at Christ Church. The project involved the demolition and replacement of planter beds, adding 2 new beds to bring the total to 6 raised planter beds. These beds have been transformed into a community garden that will provide fresh vegetables and fruits for those in need. You can find this wonderful garden on the northwest side of the church property behind the back parking lot. We commend Cristian for his hard work and dedication to this meaningful project that will benefit the community for years to come. SEE PHOTOS ABOVE.

**Please note that seeds or saplings for fruits and vegetables are welcomed as a donation to be planted.

Online Morning Prayer

Online Morning Prayer with Bishop Heyd Every Weekday at 8 a.m.
On Zoom at:
Please note that you'll need to register before you join.

Click here register.


Coffee Hour

Due to fewer volunteer sign-ups for the summer season, our regular coffee hour gatherings will be on hold for the months of July and August. However, we have some exciting sponsored events planned, including our Ice Cream Social on August 11th, 2024. Please stay tuned for more updates, and we are eager to reconnect with our community during our usual coffee hours in the upcoming fall season.

Fr. Trevor's Vacation

In the absence of Fr. Trevor during his vacation, please reach out to the parish office or the wardens in case of any emergency needs. The wardens, Sheila Hewitt at 718-447-8049 and Nick Lettiere at 917-923-1884, can be contacted for immediate assistance.

Noonday Prayer

We would like to inform our community that our weekly Noonday Prayer services will be transitioning to previously recorded broadcasts while Fr. Trevor is on vacation. Live broadcasts will resume on August 8th, 2024.

Presiding Bishop Elect

The Rt. Rev. Sean Rowe, bishop of the Episcopal Dioceses of Northwestern Pennsylvania and Western New York, was elected and confirmed the 28th presiding bishop and primate of The Episcopal Church on June 26 for a nine-year term beginning Nov. 1, 2024.

Parish Prayer List

The following individuals have requested our prayers:
Gary Allen, Betty Babb, Elma Babb, Erma Babb, Marcella Babb, Linda Blanchette, Chris Broderick, Deborah Broome, Eva Charney, Tulin Cileli, Marcia Clendenen, Sandra Cocks, Iris Colbourne, Carmen Conrado, Barbara Corregan, Laura Craig, Athelridge Cumberbatch, Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, Ira Davis, Anne Devlin, Aria Durant, Marlene Elia, Garfield Evans, Christy Mary Finlay, Julio Gambuto, Sebastian Gattullo, Hersh Goldman-Polin, Steven Haley, Avion Hernandez-Elcock, Emilia, James Jackson, Tom, Jan and Mark, Jerry Keucher, Michael Kelly, Erica Korzekwinski, Jenna Love, Willie Marcus, The McIntosh Family, Eva McClary, Charles Price, T. Rauch, Chuck Reilly, John Rhoades, Edna Richardson, Deborah Rollock, Leila Rollock, Pastor Junior Ross, Barnett Shepherd, Daphne, Joyce & Eric Smith, Tom Smith, Thomas Sox, Erma St. Louis, Fred & Rob Tucher, Gene Wagner, Lucille Williams, Roger Williams, Marsha Wynter, Debbie Vurckio, Joan Yearwood, and the people of The Girls and Boys of Heartshare St. Vincent's Services.

Please Note: The Prayer List is intended to uphold and encourage those who need healing prayers. If persons have been fully recovered and no longer need to be lifted up in this way, please let us know so that we can make room for others. This list will be updated every three months unless otherwise notified. If you need a loved one or friend to remain on the list, please call the parish office. Thank you!

Pray for the repose of the souls of for all the faithful departed. May their souls rest in peace.

We pray for all the frontline and essential workers in our parish, and around S.I. and the world.

We pray for the hundreds of asylum seekers in New York City, and particularly on Staten Island and ask God's Holy Spirit to help us as citizens, civic organizations and religious institutions to respond with love and compassion.

We pray for comfort to the families and communities impacted by gun and knife violence, and for the will and determination to enact appropriate gun control legislation and promote a culture of safety.

We pray for an end to armed conflict, and lift up the people of Palestine, Israel, Haiti, Ukraine, Russia and Sudan in the hopes that they can move towards peace and diplomacy.

We pray for those who are suffering from the impacts of systemic racism, and for those who are committed and working towards change, unity, and equality for all peoples.

We pray for all those negatively impacted by climate, environmental and naturally occurring disasters. We lift up the people of Venezuela, Barbados, Grenada, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica, the Cayman Islands, Mexico and Texas due the devastation of Hurricane Beryl.

We give thanks to God for the following individuals who are celebrating their Birthdays this week. Nick Lettiere (15), Bonnie Nygard (15), Renate Johnson (16), Marigold Green (17), Paige Gunther (17). 

We give thanks to God for the individuals who are celebrating their wedding anniversaries this week.

In the Anglican Cycle of Prayer, we pray for The Church of Ireland.

In the Episcopal Futures Prayer Cycle, we pray for all who seek God by strengthening their faith and serving their community.

In the Diocese of New York, we pray for +Michael our Presiding Bishop; +Matthew, +Allen, and +Mary, our Bishops; Trevor+ our Rector; Grace Church, La Gracia, White Plains; Grace Church (City Island), Bronx; Grace Church, Port Jervis; Diocesan Church Attorney; Diocesan Disciplinary Board; Church Pension Group; and the Episcopal Church Foundation.