Our worship is currently in-person at 8:30am & 10am and there is a place for everyone.
We are continuing to mask for the time being.
Communion is currently offered in one kind only, and we be able to coffee hour beginning on March 27.
The 10am liturgy is recorded then posted to youtube later in the day.
A service of Evening Prayer will be offered on Wednesday evenings at 7:30 p.m. during Lent. This will be a contemplative service with meditations on the Seven Last words of Christ. All are welcome.
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Holy Eucharist, 10:00am
The sacrament of bread and wine (Eucharist/Holy Communion) is at the heart of our worship, the sacred meal of Christ's self-giving love. Our worship shapes us to open our hearts to engage our faith in the world that God loves. In addition to The Book of Alternative Services our worship draws from resources from the Anglican world-wide communion. The entire service is printed in a leaflet so there is no searching. A blend of musical traditions supports our worship.
In keeping with Diocesan and Provincial regulations, we are currently not holding coffee hour and fellowship at this time, but stay tuned.
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Kids and Worship - our children's program is normally offered at the 10am service: we are currently waiting to see what case numbers are like before proceeding. We use the curriculum Illustrated Children's Ministry. See the "children and youth" tab above for more! Children are also welcome in worship.
Holy Eucharist, 8:30am
A service of Holy Communion adapted from The Book of Common Prayer. This worship is dear to those who appreciate the language and rhythm of a service that is unique to the Anglican tradition. It is also appreciated by those who seek a quiet, contemplative service that begins their day and week, as well as giving the early riser the benefit of the rest of their sabbath day.
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