As a faith community, we want to realize God’s hope for us and for the lives of all of God’s people. We pray that once we discern God’s call to us, we have the courage to act upon it. We refresh our souls through our liturgy, music and formation. In worship, we mark the important transitions of our lives in services such as baptism, weddings, ordinations and funerals.

Worship is the primary vocation of the Church. We delight in the ancient traditions of the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion, and we also delight in creative possibilities that come to us from the culture, and the world.

The center of life in the Episcopal church is the Eucharist, sometimes called the Holy Communion, the Lord’s Supper, or the Mass. Our preaching seeks to communicate the “good news” of Jesus Christ as it is revealed in Scripture and continually discovered anew in the work of the Holy Spirit in our lives and world.

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8:00  A spoken service, without music, using Rite II of the 1979 edition of the Book of Common Prayer.

10:30 (10:00 in Summer)  Holy Eucharist service, with hymns and music led by our choir and organ.


10:00 Features a Liturgy of Healing and anointing with holy oil, and Holy Eucharist service.

Other celebrations:

  • Advent Lessons and Carols
  • Blessing of Pets


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