6 January, 2019 Epiphany (which means 'manifestation') brings the Christmas season to an end on Twelfth Night. On Sunday, 6 January following the 10:30 am service we will celebrate the coming of the Magi with cupcakes during a special festive social hour. Those finding beans in their cupcakes are
24 December, 4:00 pm, Christmas Eve service, music begins at 3:30 pm 24 December, 11:00 pm, Candlelight Christmas Eve service, music begins at 10:30 pm 25 December, 10:00 am, Spoken Christmas Service with hymns.
20 December, 6:30 pm If you are carrying pain, grief, fear, or any kind of loss into this holiday season, please consider bringing it to our annual Service of Solace and Hope. This service is a service with songs, readings, laying on of hands and anointing for healing, and Communion. All are
Here are some reminders about communicable illness and our common worship practices to keep in mind at all times, and especially during cold and flu season. IN GENERAL If you are sick or worry that you might be contagious, please exercise good judgment about exposing others to your symptoms.
21 October 2018, 5:00 p.m. The service of Choral Evensong celebrates the beauty of the Anglican choral tradition, offering the gathered community a calm and peaceful liturgical veil through which the divine may be experienced. Sung at the close of day in cathedrals and churches throughout the
The Daughter's of the King host Centering Prayer every Thursday at 6:30 p.m. All are welcome. No prior experience necessary!
All Saints (observed) 4 November 2018, 10:30am, usually with baptisms. Incense is used. Christmas Eve 24 December, 4:00 pm and 11:00pm with 30 minutes of choral music and carols preceding each service. Incense is used. Christmas Day 25 December, 10:00am. Epiphany 6 January 2019,
Evensongs are held throughout the year from September through May. Led by the Adult Choir and/or Schola, evensongs focus on the lives of a particular saint, a homily is typically included. See calendar for upcoming details.