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Christ Church Episcopal

Hudson, New York

Where all souls are cherished

At Christ Church Episcopal all are welcome!

Jesus did not say, “If I be lifted up I will draw some.” Jesus said, “If I be lifted up I will draw all.”  All, all, all, all.  Black, white, yellow, rich, poor, clever, not so clever, beautiful, not so beautiful. It’s one of the most radical things. All, all, all, all, all, all, all, all. All belong. Gay, lesbian, so-called straight. All, all are meant to be held in this incredible embrace that will not let us go. All.  —Archbishop Desmond Tutu

Throughout the controversies in the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion, Christ Church Episcopal has remained unwavering in its determination to provide a welcoming spiritual home to all persons of good will, regardless of race, gender, age, health status, or sexual orientation. We are committed to the principle that all Episcopalians are entitled to the fullest inclusion in all aspects and levels of the church—without any exceptions or reservations. As loyal mainstream Episcopalians, we celebrate the enlightened, progressive spirit that has made our national church, The Protestant Episcopal Church USA, a world leader in the movement to eradicate discrimination in both religious and secular life. We pledge to continue to do all in our power to ensure that this noble effort continues.

—Wardens and Vestry of Christ Church Episcopal, Sept. 9 2006

At Christ Church Episcopal all are welcome!

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Jesus did not say, “If I be lifted up I will draw some.” Jesus said, “If I be lifted up I will draw all.”  All, all, all, all.  Black, white, yellow, rich, poor, clever, not so clever, beautiful, not so beautiful. It’s one of the most radical things. All, all, all, all, all, all, all, all. All belong. Gay, lesbian, so-called straight. All, all are meant to be held in this incredible embrace that will not let us go. All.  —Archbishop Desmond Tutu

Throughout the controversies in the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion, Christ Church Episcopal has remained unwavering in its determination to provide a welcoming spiritual home to all persons of good will, regardless of race, gender, age, health status, or sexual orientation. We are committed to the principle that all Episcopalians are entitled to the fullest inclusion in all aspects and levels of the church—without any exceptions or reservations. As loyal mainstream Episcopalians, we celebrate the enlightened, progressive spirit that has made our national church, The Protestant Episcopal Church USA, a world leader in the movement to eradicate discrimination in both religious and secular life. We pledge to continue to do all in our power to ensure that this noble effort continues.

—Wardens and Vestry of Christ Church Episcopal, Sept. 9 2006

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