254 E. Putnam Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830
If you don’t want to walk or bike the 2.2 miles from the harbor, you will need an Uber or taxi. There is excellent anchoring behind Captains Island from which you can take a dingy into shore but it can be somewhat daunting if your dinghy isn’t substantial. Instead, I would recommend contacting Indian Harbor Yacht Club (203) 869-2484, for a mooring.
Of the Greenwich Churches, Christ Church is the largest both physically and in number of members. The parish is always doing something in terms of outreach, the music program is world class (see blog) and there is even a bookstore well worth browsing. Now in fairness, I must confess that this is the parish my family and I attend. So my enthusiasm comes from first hand weekly participation in the activities at Christ Church. This was the Parish of Sen. Prescott Bush and his son President George H. W. Bush and you can sense the history that surrounds the church, which includes a cemetery in the center of the church’s campus. There is an excellent historical timeline downstairs which connects the church to the parish hall.
Like the other churches in Greenwich, Christ Church is not near a commercial area for brunch. Unless it is a beautiful day and you feel like a walk (this one under a mile) or you have a bike, I would go down to the parish hall where there is always a substantial coffee hour offering. With the bagels and more you will also have a chance to meet some great people and if you are lucky an exciting speaker.