This service includes three readings from the bible, a sermon (a talk from the priest reflecting on the biblical text and now it relates to our community in today's context), prayers, communion (sharing the bread and wine), and we sing one hymn at the end. The language used for this service is from the Episcopal Book of Common Prayer, which in turn traces its roots back to the reformation and the Church of England's 1662 prayer book. The service lasts just under an hour.
This service uses contemporary language and has more singing although the structure of the service is the same as the 8:00 am service. There is at least one choir which helps support the singing within this service, and offers an anthems each week. On special occasions the Liturgical Dance Ministry will also present an offering during this service. Children are encouraged to engage in worship as they are able, and through ministries for examples: Usher, Acolytes, Choir; coloring the Sunday Paper which is an activity sheet that relates to the readings of the day. This service last around 75 minutes. The children leave after they have received communion and go to Sunday School. Fellowship follows the service in the undercroft.
This Spanish service is similar to the 10:30 service, except that everything is in Spanish, and the Missioner for Latino Ministries leads this service: The Rev. Sarabeth Goodwin. Link
7:00 pm every Tuesday evening. Wherever you are, connect with the community for 30 minutes of prayer. We use the night prayer from the Book of Common Prayer, and invite people to list their prayer intentions. You do not need to the Book of Common Prayer to join in as the people leading the service will guide everyone through the time together. We intentionally pray for everyone on our parish prayer list.
9:00 am every Wednesday morning. Wherever you are, connect with the community for 10 minutes of prayer praying for the world in this time of political uncertainty.
Every Wednesday at Noon, following the Bible study in the Chapel, there is a time of healing prayers. Generally on the first Wednesday of each month there is also communion.