Weekly Services

Sunday Services

For Episcopalians, communion is the Church's central act of worship. Holy Eucharist is a service where we receive God's holy food and drink, and are empowered to live our daily lives in love and service.

10:00 Holy Eucharist with Choir

The 10:00 service is our primary gathering. We project the service onto screens so you can follow along. There is music led by our choir, as well as nursery care and Sunday School for children under 10. At communion, the ushers direct the congregation in forming two lines. If you would like to receive a blessing instead of communion, please tell an usher and they will help you get into the priest's line. Then, simply cross your arms over your chest and the priest will know what to do. If you prefer not to receive communion, you may remain in your seat, and no one will judge you.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us!



Wednesdays at 7 p.m. online (see Small Group page)

In the monastic tradition of Praying the Hours, Compline is the last prayer time of the day. It is Prayers at the end of the Day. It is a simple service to end the day well. Join us online through Zoom for this service.  


Centering Prayer

The practice of centering prayer involves sitting for a period of time in silence while we contemplate God. These services are simple and there is no communion.

Monday Evenings at 6:30

This hour-long service includes some teaching about contemplation and the practice of centering prayer, including twenty minutes of sitting in silence. If you have any questions, please contact Steve & Sharon Mershon.

Fridays at Noon

This brief noonday service follows a simple liturgy that frames our time of silence and contemplation. If you have any questions, please contact Jim Quinney or Kathy Dillon.