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Worship

Our Sunday services are
8:30am: Morning Prayer
9:30am Kids + Families Communion (first Sunday of the month)
10:30am Holy Eucharist

Holy Week and Easter:

  • On 4/10, the  10:30 Palm Sunday service will begin outside with a liturgy of the palms and procession to symbolize Jesus entering Jerusalem, and continue with a responsive reading that tells the story of the crucifixion.

  • On 4/14, we commemorate Maundy Thursday at 6pm, with communion & stripping of the altar. This service celebrates the Last Supper and the institution of the sacrament of communion

  • On 4/15, we mark Good Friday at 6pm with a spoken service about the death of Jesus on the cross.

  • On Easter Sunday, 4/17, we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus and his victory of death, and his promise to us of eternal life at 8:30am and 10:30am.

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What should I know?

 We take Jesus seriously, but not ourselves. We will greet you warmly and show you around! We're  an all-ages community and that shows up practically: if a kid with you makes noise--we're used to it, we get it, we are glad you are with us! If you have mobility/medical specifics (a few of us do!) and we can be helpful, let the usher or priest know. No dress code, but we ask that you wear a mask to keep others safe right now. Our sacraments of baptism and confirmation are open to all--and so is participation in anything we do.

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Worship + Practices

Episcopal worship services are deeply rooted in Scripture: you will hear at least 4 readings from the Bible, and the words of our Book of Common Prayer draw all who pray this way together in poetic words drawn from the Bible. Voices from the congregation read Scripture and our Prayers of the People and the sermon takes a close look at God's grace for us. We gather for communion every Sunday. Speak to the priest or your neighbor in the pew if you have any questions!

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Join in virtually

Follow the service on Facebook Live--we post the readings and link to an order of the service so you can follow along! You do not need a Facebook account to watch at the link. You can follow along with the Book of Common Prayer online and the bulletin is in our weekly email. Comment or send us an email so we know you are with us, and how we can include you in prayer and ministry.