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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!

News & Events

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Upcoming Events + Update:

  • Youth Group Saturday. Join us this Saturday, February 18 at the church office, 6:30pm. Call Peter Danenberg with any questions: 203-556-6891.
  • Family Table. Join us after worship this Sunday, February 19, 2017 for Family Table. Bring a dish to share: A – J main dish; K – R side dish; S – Z dessert. Call the church office with any questions.
  • Annual Parish Meeting Postponed. The Annual Parish Meeting will be held Sunday, February 26 in the cafeteria at Roger Ludlowe following the morning worship service. We will be presenting the financial picture from 2016 as well as the budget for 2017. We will also be approving three new Parish Council nominees and approving some changes to the Church of the Apostles By-Laws. Copies of the By-Law changes can be found on the greeters table in the foyer or here. If you need an absentee ballot or have any questions, please contact Jane in the church office.
  • 2016 Annual Meeting Mintues. Click here.
  • Ash Wednesday. Ash Wednesday marks the first day of the Lenten Season on the Church Calendar. The season on Lent provides a time which those who follow Christ are invited to self-examination, and repentance by prayer, fasting, and self-denial. The Ash Wednesday Service is the beginning of this season and is an important beginning where we will come together and consider Christ's suffering and sin, our call to bear our cross and follow Him, and our own mortality as human beings. Join us on Wednesday, March 1 at 7 p.m. at the Roger Ludlowe Middle School Auditorium for this meaningful and special service.
  • Apostles Youth at the Bridgeport Sound Tigers. On Saturday, March 18 the Apostles' Youth (Grades 6-12) will be going to a Bridgeport Sound Tigers hockey game together.  We will meet at the church offices at 6:45 p.m. and head to the game. Kids can be picked up at the office following the game (approximately 10:30 p.m.). Tickets for the event are limited and discounted at $10 each (scholarships are available) and can be reserved by contacting Jane at jjackson@apostlesct.org.
  • Fellowship Dinners. Gathering around food and drink is such an important part of our life together as a church family. This was also true of Jesus who routinely gathered with his friends around a meal. Our Apostles' family will be meeting together for fellowship dinners in March. We're shooting for the weekend of March 25; however, dinners may be held on a couple of different weekends toward the end of the month. The idea is to have people gather in small groups to simply be together as friends, and brothers and sisters in Christ, while we eat and talk.  To make this work, we need host families. Would you consider opening up your home and hosting once, twice or three times in 2017? If so, contact Kevin Dillon (kevindillon4@aol.com) with the following information: your address, how many guests that you feel you can accommodate, and how many times you are willing to host in 2017.

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