Worship is at the heart of all we do. Each Sunday, and other times during the week, we gather to praise God, to give thanks for all our gifts, and to pray as a community. The principal gathering is always Holy Communion, the service in which Christ is made known to us in bread and wine offered and shared at the Holy Table.
Our worship follows The Book of Common Prayer, and many worshipers find the service to be familiar, whether they come to us as life-long Episcopalians, Roman Catholics, or from other Protestant traditions. Our bulletin has all the words, making our service friendly for first-time visitors. You may participate as much as you are comfortable. Communion may be received by all baptized Christians, regardless of denomination or age.
We enjoy coffee, juice, and other refreshments in our Parish Hall after both services. There are always people to welcome visitors and answer questions. You can also speak with our clergy before or after the services.