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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 I at 8:00 am
Holy Eucharist Rite II at 10:00 a.m.
YouTube Live Service Link

Monday through Friday
6 AM Morning Prayer Rite I in the Chapel

This Sunday

This Sunday is the Second
Sunday of Easter
The liturgical color is White.
Sunday School Classes will meet in person and online.

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 Risen Christ!

As we celebrate again the good news of the resurrection of our Lord and Savior, I pray that the spirit of Christ's love remain constant in your life. Resurrection is about renewal, and restoration, this means that out of every Good Friday our period of adversity there is grace and hope. I invite us to live with this truth.

This week, we welcome our Canon for Congregational Development and Vitality, The Reverend Canon Victor Conrado, who will be preacher and celebrant at 8:00AM and preacher at 10:00AM. Please plan to be at worship to welcome Canon Conrado. Immediately following the 10:00AM service, he will meet with the warden and vestry as well as treasurer and finance chair.

Again, special welcome to Canon Victor Conrado.

Fr. Trevor+

Noonday Prayer and Quiet Reflection

Fr. Trevor continues his 15 week series featuring lessons from the book "A Manual for the Art of Living" by Rev. Henderson Brome for our Facebook Live Noonday Prayer and Short Reflection.
Click the link below to watch the broadcast.

Noonday Prayer 04/04//24 - Lessons on
"A Manual For The Art of Living" Week 4 -
"Avoid Destruction Highway"

Did You Know?

Did you know that more Presidents have been Episcopalian than other Christian denomination?
A quarter of our Presidents from early American history to the 20th Century, have identified as Episcopalians! More presidents have been Episcopalian – 11 – than any other Christian denomination. Several of the nation's earliest presidents, including George Washington, James Madison and James Monroe, were Episcopalians. But since the death of Franklin Delano Roosevelt in 1945, the only two Episcopalian presidents have been Gerald Ford and George H.W. Bush.

Did you know Episcopal tradition adheres to the "Nicene Creed?
An important part of the Episcopal tradition is a statement of belief known as the "Nicene Creed." A "creed" is simply a statement of what a person or a group believes. "Nicene" refers to the ancient city in Eastern Europe called Nicea, where it was formally adopted. The Nicene Creed is a foundational text for most Christian churches, expressing a basic understanding of the nature of God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit, and the Church.

Did you know The Book of Common Prayer contains "instructions" for public worship?
The first Book of Common Prayer was created in England more than 350 years ago, with a goal of rendering the prayers of worship in the language of the gathered people instead of the language of the educated elite.
This tradition of common-language worship continues today and the Book of Common Prayer has been translated into nearly every spoken language on earth. The most recent revision of the Book of Common Prayer in the Episcopal Church was in 1979 and allowed for the choice of either "traditional" or modern language.

Mission to Liberia

Calling All Volunteers!

Please print the following page and check the boxes for the events you'd be interested in being a part of the volunteer community. Volunteer sheets are available at the ushers' station in the back of the church or in the Parish office. Please contact Sheila Hewitt for more information.


Coffee Hour

This week our Coffee Hour is sponsored by Anne Devlin, Catherine Barnett, and Alleida Mitchell in celebration of Onuora Browne and Michael Devlin. Join us immediately following Sunday worship in the Guild Room for the celebration!

Knitting Club

Our next knitting club meeting will be Thursday, April 11th, 2024, at 10:00am. The meeting will be held in the Vestry Room. All are welcome.


Please join us in extending a warm welcome to visiting preacher, Rev. Canon Victor Conrado+. Also, as an FYI, all members of our vestry will meet with Rev. Canon Conrado+ following our worship.

Volunteers Needed

We are looking for people to chair our Spring Fair, which will be held on Saturday, June 1st, 2024. For more details or information please contact Sheila Hewitt at 718-447-8049.

Save the Date

Saturday, April 13th, 2024 – Mission To Liberia Dinner, 6:00 PM.

Parish Prayer List

The following individuals have requested our prayers:
Fred Allen, Betty Babb, Elma Babb, Erma Babb, Marcella Babb, Jenny Badger, Ezekiel Bascombe, Richard Biada, Linda Blanchette, Chris Broderick, Deborah Broome, Frank Cangemi, Eva Charney, Tulin Cileli, David Clark, Marcia Clendenen, Sandra Cocks, Lisa Colli-Hogan, Iris Colbourne, Barbara Corregan, Laura Craig, Athelridge Cumberbatch, Gaynelle Cumberbatch, Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, Ira (Steve) Davis, Aria Durant, Marlene Elia, Garfield Evans, Tabitha Foxx, Sebastian Gattullo, Sandra Giambalvo, Steven Haley, Mary Hamblin, , Mary Haugen, Avion Hernandez-Elcock, Emilia, Jaime, Jan, Mark, & Tom, Michael Kelly, Erica Korzekwinski, Chloe Lee, Jenna Love, Willie Marcus, The McIntosh Family, Eva McClary, Mary Mcclellan Michael & Lois Moschella, Louise Nygard, T. Rauch, Ann Reilly, Olivia Rey, Christine Riola, Deborah Rollock, Leila Rollock, Pastor Junior Ross, Barnett Shepherd, Daphne, Joyce & Eric Smith, Tom Smith, Thomas Sox, Erma St. Louis, David Lloyd Stephens, Christopher Still, Sheila Swigert, Fred & Rob Tucher, Deborah Vurckio, Lucille Williams, Roger Williams, Marsha Wynter, Jan & 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!

We pray for the repose of the souls of Candy Tice, Suzette Kilkenny (mother of Andrew Kilkenny our Musical Director), Dionne Darrigo, and all the faithful departed, especially those whose death resulted from gun violence. 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 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 Israel, Palestine, Ukraine, Russia and Sudan in the hopes that they can move towards peace and diplomacy.

We pray for all those negatively impacted by climate, environmental and naturally occurring disasters.

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 our young people and all those who have started a new academic year.

We give thanks to God for the following individuals who are celebrating their Birthdays this week. Onuora Browne (8), Leah Gunther (8), Kathleen Galvez (9), Michael Devlin (10).

We give thanks to God for the individuals who are celebrating their wedding anniversaries this week: John & Carol Brown (12).

In the Anglican Cycle of Prayer, we pray for The Episcopal / Anglican Province of Alexandria.

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; Saint Thomas Church, Manhattan; The Diocesan Special Projects Navigator; Saint John's in-the-Village, Manhattan; Church Club of New York; St. John's Episcopal Church, Monticello; The Director of Diaconal Formation & Transition; and Postulants and Candidates for the Vocational Diaconate.