As you enter the Nave on a Sunday morning or other day of worship, there is a warm, joyful spirit to be found. Longtime friends hug and greet each other and guests are welcomed and made to feel comfortable and at home.
Our Eucharistic Services are liturgically centered in The Book of Common Prayer, which provides a sense of the mystery of God and simultaneously frees worshipers to simply let the rhythm of the liturgy carry them through their worship experience.
Sermons are based on the Scripture lessons of the day and seek to offer relevance and authenticity to daily living. Several times a year, sermons at the later service are specifically designed with our children and youth in mind.
Our music is celebratory and also connects with the Scripture readings that day. Our early service offers contemporary styles of hymns accompanied by our Holy Apostolic Band, while the later service draws music from more traditional hymns accompanied by our Chancel Choir and Organist.
Children, in Kindergarten through 5th grade, are offered the opportunity to participate in our Children’s Liturgy program which is offered during a portion of the service throughout the school year.
During Advent and Lent, an alternate service of Holy Communion is offered at Noon and following our evening programs.
Wednesday mornings at 7AM, Centering Prayer – a silent time of meditation - is offered to all who would like to be a part of this community.
If you seek worship that is grounded in hope and joy, that connects with God and a welcoming community for all people, and that inspires and informs your daily living, we hope you will feel welcome to join us!
Regular Service Times
Beginning the Sunday after Labor Day through the Sunday, a week before Memorial Day Weekend, services are offered at 8:30am and 11am with Christian Formation for all ages at 10am.
Summer Service Times
From the Sunday before Memorial Day through the Sunday before Labor Day, services are offered at 8:00am and 10:00am.
Worship Ministers & Volunteers
Our worship services would not be possible without the help, love a dedication of our parishioners who fulfill various roles. If you are ever interested in helping in this ministry please don't hesitate to reach out to the Rev. Brenda or any of the organizers. If you are a looking for your schedule of worship ministry, please click here.
- BCP Online
This will link you to an online version of our Book of Common Prayer. We use this book for devotionals and our resources for individuals and our congregations. It is a primary symbol of our unity. We, who are many and diverse, come together in Christ through our worship, our common prayer.
- New Revised Standard Version Bible
Ash Wednesday signals the beginning of Lent and concludes on the Saturday before Palm Sunday. Lent is considered to be a penitential time of reflection to consider the myriad ways we, as God's Children, separate ourselves from God, from God's love, and from each other. Lent offers a time, in the midst of that reflection, to ask God's help in changing those things we discover to be alienating. The liturgical color of purple reflects that penitential spirit of regret, remorse, and desire to change.
During Lent, special Wednesday evening programming is offered to people of all ages. We begin with a soup supper, followed by the evening's program and concluded with a specially designed service of Holy Communion that is simple in its liturgical form and is celebrated in candlelight.