Worship Schedule

Service Bulletins

8.00 am Spoken Holy Eucharist — Service Bulletin
10.00 am: Sung Holy Eucharist — Service Bulletin

This week’s Readings and Announcements

*Childcare for children aged 4 and under is available during the 10.00 am service.

Sunday School is offered at 9:45am through the Sharing of the Peace during worship, on most Sundays. On special Sundays, children worship with the community and are engaged in leadership roles in worship.

Coffee Hour is held after the 8am service in the Mary Lounge, as well as after 10:00am service in the Parish Hall

Second Sunday Supper Church  – a monthly, intergenerational service, combining music, prayers, and  Eucharist, and a light meal. Find out more!

What to Expect at our Sunday Services

The 8 a.m. service is an intimate and contemplative service of Holy Eucharist held in the choir behind the altar.  There is no music at this service, but the lessons and sermon are identical to what is heard at the later service.  

The 10 a.m. service is a spirited and warm Sung Holy Eucharist service, featuring our Choir, organ, and the musical skills talents of the congregation, including singing, classical guitar, violin, and cello.  It is held in our sanctuary and is livestreamed. For much of the year, the Choir leads the music (ranging from traditional hymns, gospel, spirituals, jazz, music from Taizé, and more). On major feast days, incense is used and will frequently offer special musical offerings. Children are encouraged as leaders in this service by participating in the processions, reading the lesson, and leading the prayers. Older children also serve as acolytes, crucifers, and thurifers (the person who gets to handle the incense). All who desire to are invited to surround the altar during the Eucharistic Prayer. The service lasts between an hour and an hour and fifteen minutes.

Our services are Holy Eucharist according to the traditional use of the Book of Common Prayer. We use a variety of Eucharistic Prayers taken from the Book of Common Prayer and Enriching Our Worship.

Receiving Communion

We practice Open Communion. Everyone is welcome to come to the Lord’s Table to receive the Holy Eucharist. Gluten-free bread is available; please mention it to the clergy person distributing the bread.