We celebrate the Holy Eucharist twice each Sunday, at 8:00 am and 10:00 am. Both services are Rite II and draw on a variety of traditional and contemporary liturgical resources. All ages are welcome at either service. Masks are optional, though we may revisit that if needed. All are welcome at God’s Table for Communion or a blessing.
We live stream to our Facebook page and YouTube channel. Our Bulletins can be found here.
We Zoom our service. If you’d like the link, please send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org. Because of the sad reality that many churches are “Zoom bombed,” we will give the link only to people we know.
We broadcast on local cable access television: HTTV, which is Comcast TV 36 and Verizon TV 33. The service airs at 6:00 am and 3:00 pm on Tuesday.
At the early service, we gather in the chancel (the area around the altar) for an intimate, contemplative service without music.
Our 10:00 am service includes choral music and congregational singing. All are invited to Coffee Hour in the parish hall immediately following the service. Come to meet new people or to catch up with friends and family.
All ages are welcome at both services. Our experience is that most families choose to have their children go to Children’s Chapel for the first half of the 10:00 service. The children join the adults for Communion. Nursery care is available at the 10:00 service, with parents deciding whether or not to bring their children, age 1 year to pre-school, in for Communion. Children’s Chapel and Nursery open at 9:45.
On the second Sunday of the month we have an aptly named Second Sunday Intergenerational Service. Showing our children in experiential ways that we welcome them in the most important activity of our common life: our worship, is one of the best ways to nurture their faith and Christian identity. On this one Sunday a month, the children learn about God and faith in the ways most adults do, by active participation in the full Eucharistic celebration, with some changes to the service to make it more “youth-friendly”, though it really does appeal to God’s children of any age.
All are always welcome. We look forward to seeing you!