Worship God the beauty of holiness. Come let us adore him.
Antiphon of Morning Prayer in Ordinary Time from the Book of Common Prayer (Psalm 96:9)
If you become familiar with Episcopal worship, you will find that we are marinated in scripture. Our Sunday liturgy (the format of worship) not only has four assigned readings from scripture from the Revised Common Lectionary, but many of the prayers and the responses allude to scripture. Our beautiful worship is steeped in tradition that goes back to the Early Church—in fact, even to the liturgies of Old Testament worship. During the rest of the week, we have worship services that have their historic roots in the monastic tradition. They are called the “Daily Office”, such as Morning Prayer and Noonday Prayer. Please check out our Schedule to join in a worship service. In addition, we have a contemplative meditative worship based in silence and transformative union with God called Centering Prayer.
We believe that beauty pulls us into worship and praise of God. We have a gifted and prayerful choir and choir director in our Music program.
If you wish to stop by to pray in our by walking meditation, we have an outdoor Labyrinth.
Current Worship Services
Currently, we have midweek services online; on Sundays, we have one in-person Holy Eucharist service at 8am and one service at 10:30am. The service at 10:30am is Morning Prayer on Zoom for most Sundays; and on the last Sunday of the month, the service is Holy Eucharist and you can attend on-line and in-person (a hybrid service). On Thursday afternoons, we have Children’s Ministry Hour. Please join us! Please see our Worship Schedule page for specific details.
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