Christ Episcopal Church
The button above will lead you to our online giving site, Tithe.ly. A drop-down menu will allow you to choose where to direct your giving. Thank you for your generosity!
Please consider selecting 'Cover Fees' when you give.
This will slightly increase your gift to cover the transaction fee of 2.9% plus .30 cents per pledge/donation/gift so that the church receives the full amount.
Christ Church Painting Project
This fund is to offset some of the expense of repainting our very large building and then washing all 800+ windows!
Unity in Community
The "Unity in Community" Campaign is an initiative of Shaker Heights interfaith congregations, neighborhood groups, and local residents of the city to respond to emergency hunger and food insecurity caused by the COVID-19 crisis.
Episcopal Relief & Development is partnering with Anglican agencies and other ecumenical partners to provide humanitarian aid in response to this crisis. Please help us to supply needed items for displaced families and individuals who are fleeing the war to other parts of Europe.
The St. Herman's Bag Lunch Ministry
provides fifty bag lunches fifty-two weeks a year. We have teams of workers who fulfill several crucial tasks: filling lunch bags with non-perishable items, preparing meat and cheese sandwiches and placing them in bags, and transporting the boxes of completed lunches to St. Herman's House of Hospitality in Ohio City, usually after worship on Sunday.
Donations to support the purchase of supplies.
The Brotherhood of St. Andrew
has been bringing men and youth to Jesus Christ worldwide in the Anglican Communion since November 30, 1883, which also welcomes women as associate members to the organization. The Brotherhood follows three main disciplines: prayer, study, and service.
Presiding Bishop Curry invited contributions to be made from observances of Absalom Jones, to St. Augustine’s University in Raleigh, NC and Voorhees College in Denmark, SC. He writes, “Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are essential institutions that help prepare people from diverse backgrounds for success in an array of vital professions. The celebration of Blessed Absalom Jones, the first African-American priest in The Episcopal Church, it is fitting that we honor his memory by lending our support to two schools that continue to form new African-American leaders.”