Holy Eucharist: Sundays at 8 and 10 a.m.
Christian Formation / Church School: Sundays at 9:00 a.m. (September to May)
Both of our Sunday morning services include scripture, prayers, hymns, and Holy Communion. Music plays a vital role in our parish’s identity. Our 8 o’clock service uses piano. At 10 o’clock, you’ll hear our Holtkamp pipe organ and outstanding Parish Choir. The volunteer ensemble sings during the academic year.
The bulletin for Sunday, November 19th, may be found by by clicking here.
There are two basic parts to Sunday worship of Holy Eucharist. First, there are Bible readings. Usually there is reading from Hebrew scriptures, then a Psalm, then a reading from the New Testament. Finally, there is a reading from the Gospel about Jesus. We use the Revised Common Lectionary. A sermon and prayers follow.
The second part of this worship is the Holy Eucharist, where we remember the words of Jesus at the Last Supper, to share bread and wine in his name. All who desire to be strengthened by the Presence of Jesus Christ in the sacrament of bread and wine are welcome to receive communion. Everyone is welcome, including children.
You may stand or kneel at the altar rail to receive the bread in your hand. If you wish to receive the wine, you may sip from the cup or allow the chalice bearer to dip your bread in the wine and place it on your tongue. After the communion, we are sent out to serve God in the world!
Mondays and Thursdays, 8:00 a.m.
Morning Prayer is read in the Chapel, on the upper level near the accessible Maple Street entrance. Morning Prayer is a short service of prayers and Bible readings, read by Christians all over the world. It is a wonderful way to offer your day to God.
Wednesdays, 11:00 a.m.
There is a mid-week service of Holy Eucharist and Healing in the Chapel, on the upper level near the accessible Maple Street entrance. We are using the Rite II service. Come join us in this holy space to be nourished by the Word and Sacrament.