Sunday Worship

Worship is the heart of our common life together. It centers us and invites us to hear the goodness of God’s love and mercy against the din and fear all around us. When you arrive for worship an usher will greet you with a leaflet outlining the service. You may sit wherever you would like. We can’t wait to meet you! 

Frequently Asked Questions     Sermons      Sunday’s Scripture Lessons and Notes

8:00—Holy Eucharist, Rite I
This is a quieter, more contemplative service with traditional Elizabethan language (thee, thou). It contains readings from Holy Scripture, a sermon, prayers and Holy Communion.  Music is sung the first Sunday of every month. This service lasts about 50 minutes.
 
10:15—Holy Eucharist, Rite II
Along with with readings from Holy Scripture, a sermon, prayers, and Holy Communion, this service includes a broad mix of contemporary and traditional hymns and a choir. This more-relaxed service lasts about 60-75 minutes. Children’s Chapel is held on the 2nd and 4th Sundays.
 
Children in Worship

We believe children belong in worship no matter how squirmy or loud they may be. Many of our children and youth also help lead worship by reading Scripture, assisting at Holy Communion, and serving as an acolyte. Although most families attend the Rite II worship there are activities bags available at both services and a children’s bulletin. Nursery care is available for children 5 and under.