Our Worship Services and ScheduleOur principal worship service is the Holy Eucharist, or as it is also known, “The Lord’s Supper,” “Holy Communion,” or “The Mass.” Our worship is “liturgical,” which means that the congregation follows the same service and prays from texts that don’t change very much from week to week during a season of the year. Our services follow the liturgy of the Book of Common Prayer. If you’re familiar with the Roman Catholic liturgy, or the liturgy of any mainline Protestant Church (Presbyterian, Lutheran, Methodist), our liturgy will be somewhat familiar to you.
Holy Eucharist always has the same components. It begins with the Liturgy of the Word , which is praise of God through singing and prayers. It is followed by the Liturgy of the Table, when the priest blesses the bread and wine and offers it to the congregation, as the “gifts of God for the People of God.” The congregation then shares the bread and the wine.
Because we believe Eucharist is the sacred "gift of God for the people of God" all baptized Christians, regardless of age or denomination, are welcome at our table. Visitors who are not yet baptized Christians are welcome to pray with us, and come forward during communion to receive the blessing from a priest or deacon.
We are currently on our Regular Schedule:
The Holy Eucharist, Rite I (traditional)
The traditional Rite I service is celebrated at the 7:30 am. This is a quiet, contemplative service for early risers.
Prayer and Praise Worship
Join us as our Praise Band leads the congregation in a contemporary, fresh, accessible music-based service that explores non-traditional, contemporary images of God, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit; and draws from the rich imagery found within sacred Scripture.
The Holy Eucharist, Rite II (common/"contemporary" language)
This liturgy is considered our "principal liturgy" with music selection drawn primarily from a wide range of traditional, multi-cultural and contemporary classical genres. This is typically our largest service with choir, organ, and hymns.