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Christ Episcopal Church
King and Queen Parish


Church: 25390 Maddox Rd

Parish Hall/Office: 37497 Zach Fowler Rd

Mail: PO BOX 8

Chaptico, MD 20621

Sunday Services

8:00 & 10:00 a.m. Holy Communion

Thursday Services

6:10 p.m. Meditative Music on the Piano

6:30 p.m. Holy Communion with prayers for healing/Compline/Evening Prayer

Office Hours

Tuesday to Friday--9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

And by appointment

Father Chris Jubinski, Rector

Christ Church is a House of Prayer for ALL People

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We Welcome You!

Welcome to Christ Church, a faith community with a historic past and a vibrant present. Over its 300-plus years, Christ Church has offered the people of Southern Maryland a place of spiritual comfort, connection, and renewal.

Whether you’re new to the Episcopal Church, coming back after some time away, or seeking a new church home in Southern Maryland, we’d love to have you visit and worship with us. Our congregation ranges from youngsters and their parents, to adults working in careers and the community, to active seniors with wisdom to share. There’s a place for you among us.

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Becoming Good Soil


Listen!” Jesus said. “A sower went out to sow. And as he sowed, some seed fell on the path, and the birds came and ate it up. . . Other seed fell into good soil and brought forth grain, growing up and increasing and yielding thirty and sixty and a hundredfold.’ And Jesus said, ‘Let anyone with ears to hear listen!’  Mark 4:1-9


In the Episcopal Diocese of Washington (EDOW), we are undertaking the work of becoming good soil. 


We know that the most transformative work requires intentional planning and strategic effort. To that end, we are embarking on a diocesan-wide strategic planning process that we hope will allow us to take stock together of where we are now -- our strengths and our challenges, where we see fruitfulness in our ministries and where we struggle -- and then commit to a mutually discerned vision of God’s preferred future for our diocese. 


Our planning will be most effective if it includes the views of the full range of our community and takes into account the distinctive contexts of each geographic region, building upon work our leadership has already begun to cultivate in collaboration among our constituencies.