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7:45 a.m. – Holy Eucharist is a traditional Rite I service without music. The congregation appreciates a quieter, contemplative mode of worship.

9:00 a.m. – This Choral Holy Eucharist has the largest attendance of the three services. The liturgy is based on Rite II and music comes from both the renewal movement and the hymnal. There is a young people’s moment and large family participation. People of many different ages enjoy this more casual style of worship. The children’s choir participates in this service. Prayers for healing are also offered at this service during the serving of communion.

11:15 a.m. – This Choral Eucharist is a Rite II service and is the only service with an Adult Choir. The service music reflects the theme of the lectionary readings for each Sunday. Prayers for healing are also offered at this service during the serving of communion.

A nursery is provided for the 9:00 and the 11:15 services.
However, parents may choose to have their little children in worship with them.
We encourage school-age children to worship with their families.

3rd Sundays, 8:00 p.m., Taizé Service – On the third Sunday evening of each month we offer a Taizé service attended by an ecumenical congregation which enjoys this reflective form of worship incorporating silence, candles, chants, meditative readings and prayers. Prayers for healing are also offered at this service.

MONDAY 6:00 p.m. Quiet meditative worship service following The Welcome Table Meal. All are welcome to attend whether or not you have attended the meal.

TUESDAY 7:00 p.m. Order of St. Luke Healing Service
The Order of St. Luke Is an organization devoted to the practice of promoting Christian prayers for healing In our day and time. Members of this order conduct this Tuesday evening service. It Involves a time of “soaking prayer” where members of the healing team pray silently for each person present.

WEDNESDAY 12:15 p.m. Holy Eucharist and Healing Service
This is our midweek communion and healing service. It is usually attended by 8-12 people and provides an opportunity for the priest and prayer minister(s) to pray for each person who desires prayer.

10:00 – 10:45 a.m. Sunday School, (Sept.-May) For ages 3 through adult, with Nursery available for the youngest members. Most Sundays offer three adult studies (Sept. – May).

For full descriptions of our Christian Education offerings visit Spiritual Growth.