8:00 Holy Eucharist Rite I

Traditional Holy Communion with just a touch of music for a more contemplative style. We use the language of the era of the King James Bible that the church used for centuries. No choir, but there is music. Held in the Church where the Colonial architecture adds to the sense of holiness.

10:30 Holy Eucharist RITE II

Holy Communion with beautiful choral music, Bible-based, relevant preaching, a community of faithful people being shaped by praise and worship for service in the world...  This traditional worship features a full choir, acolytes, and is celebrated using the beautiful contemporary language of the Episcopal Book of Common Prayer. 

10:30 The "Gathering" Holy Eucharist

"The Gathering" is Holy Communion with a blend of contemporary and traditional prayers and music. This is family-friendly with a praise band for leadership. It is an easy service to participate in for one not accustomed to the Episcopal Church, since the service and hymns are printed for convenient access.

5:00 Sundays@5

Holy Eucharist

Sundays@5 is our most informal worship service. Preaching that makes sense of life today... good music and prayers that anyone can join in... a sense of welcome and inclusion that says "this already feels like home"...  that's Sundays@5. 

Casual clothes, including sandals, shorts and T-shirts... 5:00PM on Sunday evening means folks can end the weekend with God and get the best start for the week, even if they work Sundays or get up late or are away or have guests for the weekend. On the second Sunday of every month, we welcome family pets for special blessings for "Paws, Prayers, and Praise". Every Sunday includes a sermon and Holy Communion.

Thursday 10am Holy Eucharist with healing

A simple Holy Eucharist with sermon and prayers for healing offered individually as requested. No music, a conversational sermon and teaching in an informal setting enhance a sense of community gathered to offer our prayers and grow spiritually. Each person has an opportunity to privately request prayers for healing with laying on of hands and anointing with oil.