Christ Church - Exterior 2017
Rev Teresa and Bishop Alan - 6 Nov 2017
Christ Church - Flowers

Christ Church, Waltham Cross LEP

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Christ Church, Waltham Cross LEP
Trinity Lane, Waltham Cross, EN8 7ED
Church office: Revd Teresa Wynne - 01992 640338 -

Christmas Services at Christ Church

16th December, 4.00 pm + Nine Lessons & Carols

24th December — Christmas Eve
2.00 pm + Messy Church
3.00 pm + 'pop up' Crib Service
5.00 pm + Candlelit Carols
11.00 pm + Midnight Mass

25th December, 10.00 am + Festival Eucharist

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If you wish to arrange a Baptism, Marriage or Funeral, or would like to speak to a minister about any matter, please contact:

  • Methodist Minister with Pastoral Charge: The Reverend Debbie Hodgson — 01992 462881
  • Anglican Team Vicar with Pastoral Charge: The Reverend Teresa Wynne — 01992 640338

Sunday Worship

  • 1st Sunday of the Month -- 10.00 am 'Informal Eucharist'
  • 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th Sunday of the Month -- 9.15 am 'Sung Parish Communion' using either Anglican or Methodist Rites

Weekday Worship

  • Wednesday, 10.15 am — Communion Service using either Anglican or Methodist Rites

About Us

"Christ Church" is a Local Ecumenical Partnership in which the partners are the Anglican Parish Church of Waltham Cross (part of the Cheshunt Team Ministry formed in 2008) and the Methodist Church of Cheshunt and Waltham Cross.

The Church was built as a daughter Church to St. Mary's Cheshunt in 1833. Originally it was called "Trinity Chapel" and in 1855 it became a separate parish called "Holy Trinity Church". The church is a Grade II listed building.

In 1974 a Sharing Agreement was entered into with the Methodist Church and the building was renamed "Christ Church".

The congregation is part of the Herts & Essex Border Ecumenical Area (HAEBEA). The Methodist Minister at Christ Church is also the Superintendent Minister for HAEBEA and also has pastoral charge at Hoddesdon, Hertford, North Weald and Watton-at-Stone Methodist Churches.

The congregation is also part of the Cheshunt Deanery within the Diocese of St Albans. We are "Modern Catholic" in our Liturgy and Tradition.

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