Schedule of Worship

Worship on Sunday Mornings is open to everyone: young and young at heart, Episcopalian or other faith tradition; returning to the church or attending for the first time.
There is welcome and room for all.
Our 8:00 AM Sunday worship is a spoken, contemplative worship with Holy Eucharist (communion).
Our 9:30 AM Sunday worship is worship with both traditional and contemporary music and Holy Eucharist.
Our children, ages 4-12 are invited to join the Sunday school class beginning at 9:30.
The children join the adults in worship during the sharing of the Peace.

Healing Service and Healing Prayer

Healing Prayer and Laying on of Hands follows the morning worship services in our chapel on the first Sundays of the month.
We also have a First Wednesday Healing Service on Wednesday evenings at 5:30 PM in the church.

Celtic Worship

Every third Sunday of the month we celebrate a in Celtic worship style at both the 8:00 AM and 9:30 AM Sunday worship. We sing and pray using Celtic and Iona worship resources.
Both worship times include making of Holy Eucharist using the Episcopal resources from Enriching Our Worship.

Worship Teams

Acolytes

Members aged 8 to 80 are welcome to serve as acolytes, assisting the clergy at our services.  Training available year round!

 

Altar Guild

This group of joyful volunteers prepares the altar, linens, candles and communion vessels for every type of service held at the church. Teams rotate monthly

 

Flower Guild

Beautifies the altar weekly with Mother Nature’s flowers.  Each team arranges their own creation on a monthly basis.  For the love of flowers, join us.

 

Greeters/Ushers

Greeter and Ushers are the first face our members and guests see so if hospitality is your gift then this is you ministry. As Ushers, you distribute bulletins, assist people when needed and collect the offering.

 

Lay Readers

Lay people are trained by the clergy to serve as Lay Readers and Chalice Bearers as part of the worship team at parish services, reading the lessons and intercessions, assisting in worship, and administering the chalice at Communion.

 

Eucharistic Visitors

Eucharistic Visitors carry the sacrament to homes and assisted living facilities after the services on Sunday.  Training and licensing required. EV visits ensure that “We who are many are one body be causes we all share one bread, one cup.