The Daughters of the Holy Cross is an Order, not merely an organization, requiring members to take solemn, life-long vows to follow a Rule of Prayer and a Rule of Service.
This group of women have committed their lives to the work and service of our Lord, Jesus Christ and they pray daily for our church, its clergy, the Order, and others in need. With the guidance of the Holy Spirit, they share the gospel message through word and deed and find encouragement and strength in the community of their sisters.
Daughters of the Holy Cross meetings are held on various Saturdays and include a luncheon. For more information on Daughters of the Holy Cross at Christ Church, please email the Church Office or call 772.562.8670.
This interdenominational prayer group consists of mothers and others whose loved ones are enlisted in the US Military.
They meet at Christ Church weekly on Thursdays at 5 pm year-round to pray for the troops, support one another during difficult separations, and find solace knowing their maternal instincts to protect their children can be accomplished in the spiritual realm through prayer.
Military Moms meet at Christ Church in the office on Thursday afternoons at 5:00 p.m. For more information Call Pam Proctor at 772.231.2221.
True Vine is a Christ-centered healing ministry founded by our own Fr. Bob and Judy Stull.
Their approach to healing the whole person (spirit, soul and body) involves teaching, training and private prayer ministry leading to freedom as Christians learn to abide in Jesus Christ for healing, health, and wholeness.
For more information, contact Judy Stull at 772-999-5335.
Road to Recovery is a Christian-based, 12-step program for people who are struggling with addictive behaviors of any kind. Lifting up the Name of Jesus as the means to freedom from the sin in our lives is the first step. This class is ongoing and open to all who are looking to recover from poor choices and sin in their lives.
If you struggle with unhealthy habits or behaviors that keeps you from God's best blessings, please join us and we will work together to obtain freedom and victory from the struggle.
For more information on Road to Recovery at Christ Church, please email the Church Office or call Mike Pitman at 772.562.8670.
GriefShare is a ministry offered by Christ church to help and encourage anyone grieving following the death of a loved one. Our group is led by trained, caring people who have experienced grief and understand how you feel because they have been in the same place.
The GriefShare support group at Christ Church meets in 13-week cycles and follows a curriculum developed by GriefShare, a network of over 12,000 churches worldwide. The program features biblical concepts for healing from your grief.
To learn about the next GriefShare sessions or to become a GriefShare leader, please email Carol Pearson
Anglicans for Life is a Christ-centered ministry that provides educational and pastoral resources to churches in the Anglican Communion, to help them bear witness to the sanctity of life.
The Christ Church Vero Beach chapter strives to create a strong presence in our community, meets periodically and sponsors events focused on upholding the sanctity of life. Chapter members can participate in prayer vigils at the Woman’s World abortion clinic in Ft. Pierce each Saturday and Monday.
For more information on the Christ Church chapter of Anglicans for Life, please contact Katherine Booth at 386-506-9477 or by sending her anemail.
Promise Keepers vision is simply put in three words, "Men Transformed Worldwide."
The Promise Keepers mission is to ignite and unite mento become passionate followers of Jesus Christ through
the effective communicationof seven promises to God,their fellow men, family, church and the world.
Promise Keepers meets at the Gifford Youth Center each Friday. For more information on Promise Keepers at Christ Church, please email the Church Office or call 772.562.8670.
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S MINISTRIES
We believe God is about the business of healing His people in body, soul, and spirit so that we each can find our destiny in Him. Whether one’s situation seems desperate or trivial, we believe God is interested in our asking for His help and guidance in every matter and that He uses our difficulties as opportunities for us to develop trust and to overcome hindrances in our spiritual lives.
Prayer Intercessor Team members are available after each Sunday service to assist all who seek prayer for any reason. We maintain vows of confidentiality and follow the Holy Spirit’s lead as we seek the Lord’s will for each need.
Prayer Warriors are a group of people dedicated to praying individually throughout the week for needs submitted to the Prayer List for ongoing and emergency prayer concerns.
For more information on receiving prayer or joining a prayer team at Christ Church, please email the Church Office or call 772.562.8670.
Anglican 4th Day
The Anglican 4th Day movement is a worldwide initiative of ACNA and seeks to bring individuals to Christ through Christian communities in action.
A4D works to form groups of Christian leaders who will provide the example of Christian life in the world.
The groups meet Tuesdays at 8:30 am in the Christ Church office and is always open to new members.
Weekly group Bible studies are held on various weekdays and evenings throughout Vero Beach. The group size allows for more direct sharing and is ideal for those seeking opportunities to foster relationships and deeper faith.
Thursday Morning Study – among this diverse group are working professionals who are able to attend the Bible Study on Thursdays from 7:30 – 8:30 a.m. The study includes in-depth teaching and open discussion (as well as coffee and donuts!)
Women’s Bible Study – This group’s diversity in age and life experiences promotes spiritual growth and rich friendships. This group is always open to new women and previous knowledge of the Bible is not required. Studies range from 6-12 weeks consecutively throughout the school year on Wednesdays at 9:15 am and vary from video lessons with a facilitator, book studies, and instructor-led teaching, individual homework between meetings, and group discussion.