We Welcome You!!

Updated 3-20-20 Dear Friends:  Greetings!
This afternoon, we received word that Bishop Barker has suspended worship services through May 10.  (The original date was April 4).
I realize that this is difficult.  It is hard not being together and it is hard not receiving Holy Eucharist.  It is, unfortunately, a situation that a lot of Christians are sharing.  Let us look forward to the time when we can come home and celebrate our Lord’s Supper together.  And, in the mean time, let us focus on caring for each others and those in our towns and communities.
Sometime tomorrow, I hope to send a weekly bulletin to members by email and those without by regular mail.  It  will have information and some devotional material that I hope will give you comfort and hope.
God’s blessings, Pr. Marilyn


The Rev. Marilyn Hasemann, Pastor

The Rev. Frank Smith, Deacon (Retired

Scott Knispel, Treasurer

Carolyn Hovendick, Christian Ed. Director

Rose-Ann Parde, Organist


Stephenie Perkins, Senior Warden 

Carolyn Hovendick, Junior Warden


Rich Hovendick, Tony Biatek &

Barbara Brenden.


Christ Church Episcopal

524 N. 5th Street

Beatrice, NE 68310



Welcome to Christ Church
Episcopal in Beatrice, NE.
We have been a vital part
of the community for over
140 years.

We believe it is our calling “to know Christ” and “to make Christ known” to all of God’s people.  Located at the corners of Lincoln and N. Fifth Street in Beatrice, we open our doors to all who seek “to know Christ.”  We gather each Sunday to hear the Word of God in the reading and preaching of the Word and to gather around the table of our Lord Christ to partake of our Lord’s Holy Eucharist and receive his forgiveness.    Please join us as we strive to be a community of faith who gathers in our church home on Sundays and then goes out from worship and fellowship to be the presence of Christ in the world.  

We hope you will take the time to learn more about Christ Church by exploring more of this website.  In our ministries at Christ and our presence in the community, we strive to be faithful Christians living lives of compassion and service.  Discover with us what it means to be a Christ-centered community of faith in the Episcopal tradition.

For more information, please contact Rev. Marilyn Hasemann, Priest-in-Charge, at 402-223-5515.

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