Every Sunday we gather for worship: offering our praise to God, proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus, and celebrating the Eucharist. We invite you to join us.
About the Liturgy
Our liturgy is taken from The Book of Common Prayer. We join Episcopal churches across the country - and in various ways around the globe - who share this common thread, linking us with each other and with historic Christian faith. Week by week, season by season, and year by year we follow the rhythms of the Revised Common Lectionary.
There’s an old Latin phrase: lex orandi, lex credendi. Another way of saying it is: praying shapes believing. This phrase is often applied to the Episcopal Church. We receive the ancient liturgy as a gift, recognizing that God's Spirit has been alive and working throughout Church history, and allowing ourselves to be formed by the prayers and readings that have shaped Christian identity for centuries.
About Sunday Worship
Our Sunday worship is therefore: Biblical, including readings from the Old and New Testaments and the Psalms; Creedal, reciting the Nicene Creed as the badge of Christian identity; Sacramental, as we follow our Lord’s command to celebrate Holy Communion “in remembrance of me”.
- Sunday Eucharist | 10AM (Church School at 9:50)
- Wednesday Eucharist | 8:30AM