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Christ Episcopal Church, Bowling Green is a parish in the Diocese of Kentucky
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Daughters of the King

The Daughters of the King are members of a lay order for women in the Episcopal church. Our objective is to bring women and girls into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, through the Church.  As Daughters, we pledge ourselves to a Rule of Life – a lifetime of daily prayer and service and personal evangelism.  We vow to pray daily for the spread of Christ’s Kingdom, for God’s blessing on the work of our Order, for the spiritual growth of our parish.  “Our chapter meets on the first Sunday of the month at 11:00 am in Moore Hall or the Hines Chapel.  Contact Miliska Knauft for more information or click here to see the chapter's website.

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Brotherhood of Saint Andrew

The Brotherhood of St. Andrew is an international ministry to men and youth in the Episcopal Church & Anglican Communion founded in 1883 to inspire, empower and equip men and boys to fulfill the Great Commission.  The Brotherhood encourages and supports dioceses and congregations in their efforts to develop and expand Ministry to Men throughout the Episcopal Church, and to mentor and raise up the next generation of young men.  Our Brotherhood of St. Andrew chapter meets the first and third Saturday of each month at 8AM for  prayer and fellowship.

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Garden Committee

Garden Committee Mission is to provide a landscape for Christ Episcopal Church that reflects good stewardship of God’s creation.


Garden Committee Goals

  • To design, develop, and maintain an inviting landscape at Christ Episcopal Church in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

  • To provide opportunities for church members to enjoy nature and take part in outdoor activities.

  • To encourage the faith community to help develop and maintain church grounds.


Please contact John Parker if you have any questions.

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Episcopal Youth Community

Youth Ministry at Christ Church serves youth, and empowers youth to serve others . Every Christian is a minister by virtue of their baptism, no matter their age, and our goal is to help equip our young ministers to do God's work.

Click here to learn more about EYC

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Episcopal Campus Ministry

ECM at WKU meets weekly for dinner, worship, and check-ins on Wednesday nights during the academic year.  You can see more about us on our ECM Instagram or by contacting Mother Becca at

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The practice of yoga is the turning of focus inward, through movement and breath.   The Christ Church  yoga community meets on Tuesdays at 4:00 pm in Moore Hall and welcomes yoga practitioners of all levels.

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Foyer Groups

Foyer Groups provide adult parishioners and those new to our parish a chance to get to know each other and experience parish life by gathering to talk and share in friendship. Each Foyer Group is made up of 8 to 10 parishioners who meet once a month  from September to May in homes or at various locations or restaurants throughout the area. The meetings are casual and are set around sharing a simple meal together. Whether you are a young adult, a family with children, long-time parishioners, or just visiting our parish and wanting to get involved, Foyer Groups are for you!  For more information: contact Jim Dale or Portia Wimp.

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Ministry Scheduler

Click here to view the current Ministry Scheduler Quarter.

Please click here to log in to  Ministry Scheduler Pro (MSP) to view your personal schedule, request substitutes, view ministry contact information, and more.

If you would like to serve in any of our service  ministries, please contact Vonda Garringer.

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