St. Christopher's By~the~Sea

       Episcopal Church & Montessori School
Key Biscayne, Florida

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SUNDAY WORSHIP

Sunday Worship is at 10 o’clock.

In worship we affirm our identity as beloved children of God. We slow down and open ourselves to the divine mystery, that we might be formed and transformed as we practice and deepen our faith.

 

COVID Update

St. Christopher’s strives to create a space that is safe for everyone to worship.

If you are immuno-compromised or have a pre-existing condition, please take good care of yourself.

If you are not feeling well, please take care of others by staying home until you are fever free without medication for 24 hours.

Due to the recent rise in cases we are returning to wearing masks in worship, effective May 26th until further notice. Pease check back for updates.

 

About Us

Welcome to St. Christopher’s By-the-Sea. We are a group of normal folks who seek to see and serve the image of God in those that we meet. Whether you consider yourself and saint or a sinner, there is a place for you here.

Let us Pray

One of the privileges of Christian community is knowing we are not alone in times of celebration and in times of crisis. We are held up by the prayers and presence of the community.

Please let us know how we can pray with and for you, or someone you love, by filling out a prayer request form.

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Our Mission

To Love Like Jesus.

Our Vision

St. Christopher’s By-the-Sea Episcopal Church and Montessori School’s vision is to be a joyous and welcoming Christ Centered Community which provides for age, gender and interest appropriate opportunities to build relationships with the Lord and each other.

A Word about St Christopher’s Interim Rector

 

THE REVEREND MANDY BRADY

The Rev. Mandy Brady is a dyed-in-the-wool Anglican who claims Georgia as home. Born into a Navy family, Mandy grew up around the world. She learned to walk in Barbados, built snow forts in Iceland and sang in her first church choir in Wales. Her childhood has given her the gift of being at home wherever she finds herself.

 

Mother Mandy graduated from the College of William & Mary with a BS in Chemistry before working in an R&D lab for a chemical engineer. Since graduating from the General Theological Seminary, she has served parishes in in Georgia and Illinois and is excited to begin a new adventure in Florida. A trainer with the College for Congregational Development, Mandy loves liturgy, music, and helping congregations discover and develop their gifts and strengths.

Mandy shares her life with her partner, Sarah, who is also an Episcopal priest, and their dog Bayton, the black lab. They love beaches, kayaks, and any excuse to be on the water. Mandy also loves getting dirty in the garden and seeing what grows. She’ll do just about anything for a scoop of good ice cream. She is looking forward to working and worshipping with the good people of St
Christopher’s.

St. Christopher’s welcomes its new Interim Rector

THE REVEREND MANDY BRADY

The Rev. Mandy Brady is a dyed-in-the-wool Anglican who claims Georgia as home. Born into a Navy family, Mandy grew up around the world. She learned to walk in Barbados, built snow forts in Iceland and sang in her first church choir in Wales. Her childhood has given her the gift of being at home wherever she finds herself.

 

Mandy graduated from the College of William & Mary with a BS in Chemistry before working in an R&D lab for a chemical engineer. Since graduating from the General Theological Seminary, she has served parishes in in Georgia and Illinois and is excited to begin a new adventure in Florida. A trainer with the College for Congregational Development, Mandy loves liturgy, music, and helping congregations discover and develop their gifts and strengths.

Mandy shares her life with her partner, Sarah who is also an Episcopal priest, and their dog Bayton, the black lab. They love beaches, kayaks, and any excuse to be on the water. Mandy also loves getting dirty in the garden and seeing what grows. She’ll do just about anything for a scoop of good ice cream. She is looking forward to working and worshipping with the good people of St
Christopher’s.

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