We are finding life, in God's love.

No matter where you are on your faith journey, you are welcome here.
At Christ Church, we value transformation, acceptance, surrender and impact.
We believe that experiencing God's love is the key to finding and living the kind of life God created us to live. 

Originally founded in 1955, Christ Church has a rich history and is firmly planted in the St. Matthew's community. We proudly trace our roots back to the first Methodist congregation in the city of Louisville where early Methodists met in a log cabin on the site of the present Jefferson County Courthouse beginning in 1806. 

Becoming living proof of God's love, one person at a time. 

God's love is the most powerful force in the world. It can transform the heart of hate and strengthen the heart of fear. It can inspire action and motivate to serve. To put it simply, God's love matters. We believe that experiencing God's love is the key to finding and living the kind of life God created us to live. Our mission, then, is that we are becoming living proof of God's love, one person at a time. 

In pursuing our mission together, we have identified some key expectations for all of those on this journey with us. We believe that these environments help to foster both the attitudes and actions that consistently move us toward becoming living proof of God’s love, one person at a time. 

Worship — Purposefully surrendering to God
Worship at Christ Church is the term we use to describe how we develop a personal relationship with God through Jesus Christ. Worship encompasses all the spiritual disciplines, including daily personal worship and weekly community worship. 

Prepare — Transforming through Small Groups
We use Prepare to describe helping us grow in our understanding of God's love- what is means both in our lives and in the lives of those around us. One of the ways we experience God's love for us is through each other, by walking through life together, sharing joys, sorrows and everything in between. In groups of two or more, we explore God's Word, asking questions that challenge and change us, so we can live as God's people, in God's world. 

Serve — Impacting others with our Spiritual Gifts
Jesus set the example for us to follow- to build up the body of Christ and to build God's kingdom by serving others through acts of love and compassion. We use the abilities God has given us to act for those in need. We take tangible action and care for those around us. 

Bridge —  Living a lifestyle of Acceptance and sharing God's Love
We constantly look for opportunities to show God's love to others in the normal activities of life. Modeling a Christ-centered life in those everyday moments is our fundamental calling from Christ. Demonstrating a lifestyle of stewardship of God's amazing first of time, talent, resources and relationships acknowledges that God is Creator of all and Lord of our lives. Investing in the life of another reproduces new disciples for Christ. Who do you interact with in the normal course of the day that needs to experience God's love? All of us need help bridging the hidden and sometimes painful gap between the life we have and the life God created us to experience. 

Healing Divides

We asked the congregation to imagine a world where God's kingdom was a reality and we discovered we are passionate about three things: children, discipleship and sharing the good news of Christ. It has led us to focus our greatest passion and energy in the coming years on a  vision of Healing Divides as we:

   Engage in Small Groups
Closing the gap between who you are now and who God is calling you to be. We become who God is calling us to be by experiencing the power and presence of Christ in a spiritually authentic small group.
Why? A transformed world depends on transformed disciples.

   Plant New Faith Communities
Supporting fresh ways to bring the light of God to new communities of people. Why? We need to meet people where they are to share God’s love.

  Bless Children 
Meeting the basic needs of food, shelter, education, hope and love for Louisville's children and adolescents. Why? We are a city divided geographically, socially, economically and racially and we can begin to heal those divides by meeting the basic needs of children.

Connect with christ church

If you want to learn more about Christ Church, you are invited to Connect with Christ Church! This two-week series takes place as part of our Recharge Wednesdays. The first session for 2020 will be held on January 8 and January 15, from 6 to 7:30 pm in Room 158. You will learn about how to get connected to the mission and ministries of the church. Click here to register or contact Mark Coile at (502) 893-2201 x277.



Christ Church School- Extended Learning Coordinator

Position Title: Extended Learning Coordinator, Christ Church School

Summary of the position and its contribution to ministry: The Extended Learning Coordinator will oversee and support the staff in the Extended Learning program. The Extended Learning Coordinator will support the Head of School and the Assistant Head of School in the formation of Christ Church School by living out the mission set by Church Leadership and in response to best practices outlined by state guidelines for early childhood development. This position is responsible for promoting a loving, nurturing and inclusive Christian community within the school.

The core responsibilities of the position and areas in which success will primarily be evaluated are:

  1. Develop curriculum for the Extended Learning Program and schedule daily activities.
  2. Build relationships with families.
  3. Ensure policies and procedures are in place and followed to meet all state regulations for licensing. Policies will be evaluated annually to ensure that the most current policies are in place.
  4. Oversee and support the staff in the Extended Learning Program.
  5. Conduct regular classroom observations during the Extended Learning Program.

Employee must have the following skills and qualifications

  • Develop an Extended Learning curriculum consistent with Kentucky Early Childhood Standards.
  • Identify and connect staff with appropriate professional development resources.
  • Build and maintain professional relationships with parents, teaching staff and administrative staff.
  • Promote and represent Christ Church School in a professional manner, according to our Christian values, at all times.

Primary Supervisor: Assistant Head of School, Christ Church School

Position Details: Part time position. Hours are 11 am -5:30 pm

Preferred Education and Experience:

  1. A degree deemed appropriate for working with children
  2. At least five years of teaching and/or administrative experience

Application: Please submit a resume and cover letter to Colleen Pittman, Head of School:  

Council of Bishops- Part Time Administrative Assistant 

The Council of Bishops is currently seeking a candidate for an addition to the team in the position of Part-Time Administrative Assistant for the Louisville, Ky area. This position will be responsible for providing administrative support to the Ecumenical Staff Officer (ESO). Collaborates with internal and external partners to schedule and offer meeting support appropriately and is responsible for coordinating travel appropriately. Facilitates the visibility of the bishops' ecumenical and inter-religious leadership in coordination with the Director of Communications. The individual must be proficient at: formatting and writing documents, developing and distributing meeting materials, facilitating travel arrangements, and creating and maintaining expense reports and budgets.


Administrative Council 

Administrative Council Chairperson: Scott Dickens (2020)
Co-Lay Leaders: Ron Aten (2020), Colleen Endres (2022)
Staff Parish Chairperson: Bill Higgs (2019)
Finance Chairperson: Jason Morgan (2019)
Trustees Chairperson: Lynn Ashkettle (2020)
Ex-Officio: Interim Senior Pastor: Becki Curry
Executive Director: Shannon McConnell
Director of Communications: Kim Keller

Click here to view our full 2020 Administrative Council