"We thank you... for assuring us in these holy mysteries that we are living members of the Body of your Son, and heirs of your eternal kingdom" - Book of Common Prayer, p. 366

An Invitation to Worship

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Holy Week & Easter

Holy Week services challenge our expectations of what we should see and hear at church.  The mood can be scary  The altar looks different.  The music is different.  People in the readings are lying, fighting, and crying.  We hear about all the doubt the disciples struggled with and are asked to acknowledge our own doubts as well.  But, this is what reminds us that our savior is fully God and fully human, that he shared our struggles and that we will share in his victory.  This is the point of Holy Week.  It’s also the great joy of Easter.

Holy Eucharist

Sunday@ 8:00 AM – This Holy Eucharist is a spoken service.  The simple liturgy offers a calm and quiet environment for morning meditation while still providing Holy Communion and opportunities for parishioners to serve as readers, greeters, Lay Eucharistic Minister.

Holy Eucharist

Sunday @ 10:30 AM – This Holy Eucharist is filled with music and liturgy meant to inspire praise and worship.   Choir anthems, organ preludes, and guest musicians help lead this worship each week.  In addition to serving as readers, greeters, and Lay Eucharistic Ministers, our parishioners can also service as acolytes and coffee hour hosts.  Once a month, our Sunday School serves in these leadership roles as part of their formation process.

Morning Prayer

Wednesday @ Noon – This is a short service of Morning Prayer with Holy Communion perfect for a moment of prayer and reflection mid-week or on a lunch break.