About Our Worship
Welcome! You are not a stranger! We encourage you to worship with us any day we have services. We center our worship on the service of Holy Communion in which we give our thanks to God and participate in an active event of praise. If you have any questions, our friendly ushers and parishioners will be glad to help. Please let us know if we can be of assistance with any special needs.
You are welcome to sit, stand or kneel, as you are able. Don’t think you have to keep up with everyone else – just be comfortable.
All are welcome to receive Holy Communion or to come forward for a blessing (indicated by crossing your arms over your chest when you get to the altar rail).
Our worship space is equipped with two types of hearing assistance devices: a receiver with an earbud or a neck loop (for use with telecoil-equipped hearing aids and cochlear implants). Either device can be used at any seat in the church. Please see an usher for assistance.
Sunday 8:00 a.m.
Holy Eucharist, Rite I
This is a simple service with no music. “Rite I” refers to the use of traditional language in the worship. This service has a sermon and communion each week, and is usually about 50 to 60 minutes long.
Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Holy Eucharist with Music, Rite II
This service has a variety of music (depending on the week of the month), including congregational singing of hymns. One Sunday of each month, we look forward to the presence and active participation of children and youth. There is a sermon and communion each week, and is usually 65 to 75 minutes long.
Wednesday 6:30 p.m.
Holy Eucharist, Rite II
This is a simple service with no music. “Rite II” refers to the use of regular, everyday language in the worship. This service has a sermon and communion each week, and is usually about 30 to 35 minutes long.