It’s  CCA Church Directory time!

Please contact us DIRECTLY (not on Facebook!) if you have any changes to the directory since last year, such as:
 
=If you want to add or delete your entry in the directory
=If you have a new phone number
=If you have a new mailing address
=If you have a new email address
=If you would like to edit your entry to omit your phone number, mailing address, or email address 
                                                                =If you have had a name change

Please email cca.butte@gmail.com or call the office at 406-782-2877 at your earliest convenience!
 
At Christ Church Anglican, serving our neighbors is a deeply held virtue, making our annual Food Truck or Treat outreach a hospitality extravaganza! Families and ‘servants’ alike were blessed beyond measure the last couple years. Unfortunately, health and safety protocols during the pandemic prevent us from hosting such and event this year. 
In light of this door closing, we encourage you to be on the lookout for the door He will open for you, in your neighborhood. Don’t let discouragement have its way. Put your best foot forward. Give what is within your power to give or do.
Food Truck or Treat coordinators, Bill and Nettie Queer say, “Stay tuned for a double portion blessing to be poured out next year.” May you be blessed beyond measure! 
 

        10/08/2020 You’ve Got Mail…from Father Brian!  

 
 
                    
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If you are homebound,
ill or can’t attend church,
here are some places to go
for spiritual nourishment!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
What it means to be an Anglican Christian …
 
The Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) is a growing church that unites more than 134,000 Anglicans in 1,062 congregations in the United States, Canada, and Mexico with a shared commitment to “Reaching North America with the Transforming Love of Jesus Christ.”
 
Anglicans are part of a global communion of churches that unites more than 86 million Christians in more than 160 countries. Anglicanism encompasses the rich history and traditions of both catholic and protestant Christianity, bringing together a vibrant faith in Jesus Christ, a commitment to the trustworthiness and authority of Scripture, the beauty of liturgical worship, and an expectation of the powerful work of the Holy Spirit.