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Church of the Apostles is a community of people who live, work, and worship together in Fairfield and all over Southwest Connecticut. We celebrate the Gospel, and we seek to love and serve our community in the name of Jesus Christ.


We meet together for worship every Sunday morning at 10AM in the Roger Ludlowe Middle School Auditorium. We are a liturgical church, and we conclude every Sunday service with Holy Communion. Childcare and Sunday School is available; the nursery opens at 9:45AM. For more about our Sunday Service, click here


Church of the Apostles is one congregation within a larger family of churches under the authority of the Anglican Church in North America. Want to learn more? Contact us at info@apostlesct.org or call 203-696-0600. We'd love to hear from you!

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Upcoming Events + Update:

  • Youth Group. This Saturday, January 21, 2017 join us for youth group at the Church of the Apostles office in Fairfield. 6:30-9:00pm. Call Peter Danenberg 203-556-6891.
  • Children's Ministry. We are still in need of help with grades 4th-6th, 2 Sundays a month. Please contact Amy Willers for more information.
  • Apostles Reads. A year before he was assassinated, Martin Luther King, Jr. wrote this final book. The title question - "Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos to Community?" - reads like a prophetic call for prayer in 2017. In Epiphany, we reflect on Christ as the Light for the whole world. Our reading group selection will ponder where the Light is dwelling among our nation as we face many of the same social anxiety and conflicts as when this book was written. Contact Tamara Murphy to let her know if you will be reading the book or if you have any questions.
  • Anglican 1. Join us this Sunday, January 22, 2017. This six-week class will review several liturgical practices of the Anglican Church and highlight the biblical and historic foundations for each. We will meet on Sunday mornings from 8:45-9:45am at Rodger Ludlowe Middle School. Childcare is available. Please register for the class and childcare with Jane Jackson.

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