Worship Times

Our regular weekend service schedule is below.  For up-to-date information on all of our services, including descriptions, locations, and special celebrations, please visit our Worship Calendar.

Holy Eucharist

Saturday 5:00 PM

Our Saturday evening service is in our chapel. We hear three separate readings from the Bible, and say some verses from a Psalm. The sermon usually focuses on our daily life as viewed through the prism of the scripture readings. Normally, we recite the Nicene Creed together, corporately confess our sins, and pray together for one another and for the world. Then we celebrate the Eucharist. We are typically finished by about 5:45 PM.

Sunday 8:00 AM

Our early service is in our chapel. We hear three separate readings from the Bible, and say some verses from a Psalm. The sermon usually focuses on our daily life as viewed through the prism of the scripture readings. Normally, we recite the Nicene Creed together, corporately confess our sins, and pray together for one another and for the world. Then we celebrate the Eucharist. We are typically finished by about 8:45 AM.Worship 2014

Sunday 10:00 AM

At our main service, there is an abundance of singing, led by our organist and choir. We hear three separate readings from the Bible, and sing some verses from a Psalm. The sermon usually focuses on our daily life as viewed through the prism of the scripture readings. Normally, we recite the Nicene Creed together, corporately confess our sins, and pray together for one another and for the world. Then we celebrate the Eucharist. We are typically finished by about 11:15 AM. We have a great commitment to the importance of including the younger members of our parish in our common life.  Children’s Chapel is offered throughout the school year. Children start the service with their parents and are invited downstairs during the Song of Praise. Children will hear the story in a child-friendly way, sing songs, and share prayers. The children come back to the service for a Children’s Sermon just prior to the exchange of the Peace.