Welcome to Christ Episcopal Church
Valdosta, Georgia

Our Regular Worship Service Schedule

8:00 a.m. – Holy Eucharist – Rite I (in-person)
10:00 a.m. – Holy Eucharist – Rite II (in-person and live-streamed)
6:00 p.m. – Vespers (1st & 3rd Sundays, in-person; 2nd, 4th, and 5th Sundays via Zoom)
For details, click here.

Our Location

Christ Church is located at 1521 North Patterson Street, Valdosta GA 31602. For more information about our location, including an interactive map, click here

For information about three other Episcopal churches in our area, along with an interactive map of all of the Episcopal churches in the Diocese of Georgia, click here.


Our Current Calendar of Events

Click here for our current calendar of events.


Our Livestreaming Program

Currently we are livestreaming the 10:00 a.m. worship service each Sunday on the church’s Facebook page and YouTube channel. After the service ends, the recorded video of that service remains online indefinitely as a congregational resource.

Our Newsletters and Bulletins

Every week we publish a newsletter and a worship bulletin. To access archived copies of those publications and to subscribe to the newsletter by email, click here.


Welcome and thank you for visiting our website.

One of the nicest things people say when visiting Christ Church is “that it feels like a holy and fun place.” I understand that to mean the people visiting with us recognize us as a healthy, joyful, and growing family of Christians in the Episcopal tradition. That is who we are, with God’s help. The following pages will give you a taste of our lives together.

We are called to ministry in the name of the risen Jesus. At Christ Church you are invited to find your place in our many ministries. As Episcopalians, we believe we are called to gather as a faith community to worship, learn about the Bible, and to receive the sacraments. Yet, we are also called to gather beyond Sunday mornings. We are called to gather in ministry, outreach and in prayer.

At Christ Church, we believe we are called to learn. We are called to learn the language of the bible, the liturgy—how we worship, traditions of the church-and Christ church-and reason; some say common sense or experience. We are a safe place to discern God’s will and where challenging questions can be explored.

As Episcopalians, we believe we are named to invest in ministry because each of us has a talent or skill we can put to good use. We invite you to join us in finding our places at the table where our time, talent and resources serve to further God’s realm within our families, our neighborhood, and our niche of the world.

We believe we are called to give our faith away by word and deed. We are called to be evangelists, to share the story of how Jesus makes a difference in our lives. We are Jesus’ voice, hands, and feet in the world.

Whatever your interest, we believe and hope you will find our website helpful in discerning Jesus’ call to you. You will find meaningful and energetic ministries for all ages, elders, grownups—mostly, college students, teens, elementary school students and younger. We are especially proud of our use of the Godly Play curriculum. We would love for you to check us out and for you to become a part of our family. If you are not fed where you worship, breaking bread with us is where you should be.

Grace and peace,

Hal; Pastor and Priest

Information about the Episcopal Church and what we believe can be found here.