Christ Church – Hudson
Sunday services 8:00 and 10:30 a.m.
Wednesday: 5:30 pm Holy Eucharist II
Thursday: 10 am, Healing Service with Eucharist
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday: 10am, Morning Prayer II
Christ Church, Hudson, was established in 1802. The Gothic Revival church structure was designed by architect William G. Harrison and consecrated in 1857. The church interior is marked by soaring lancet stained glass windows depicting the life of Christ. Rector Allen W. Brown was elected fifth Bishop of Albany, Rector Sheldon Griswold became the first Bishop of Salina, now Western Kansas, and Rector George F. Seymour served as first Bishop of Illinois. In 1966, the parish added a rectory, offices and church school rooms and remodeled its parish hall. The church today is active in its diverse community and in ecumenical and social justice concerns. Christ Church welcomes all regardless of race, nationality, income level, disability, gender or orientation.