Worship Services

Sunday Morning & Wednesday Noonday (Weekly)

Sunday | 8:00 AM

The 8 am worship service uses the Holy Eucharist Rite I order of worship from our prayer book. In this service, you will find the beautiful and full language which still speaks strongly through the Holy Spirit almost a century after it was introduced in the 1928 prayer book. This service is absent of music and allows for quiet contemplation, prayer and worship within the powerful structure and words of Rite I.

Sunday | 10:15 AM

The 10:15 am service follows Holy Eucharist Rite II, the form which was introduced in the 1979 prayer book. This service is filled with joyful hymns and service music, sung with the help of our wonderful choirs. Children’s Church for ages 3 to 5th grade is also offered during this service starting at 10:00 am – the children rejoin their families in the main service at the time of the Peace. We broadcast this service live on our YouTube channel every week. You can also view past services thereNursery will be provided between 9:45 – 11:45am every Sunday! 

Wednesday | 12:00 PM

Wednesday noonday service is a wonderful opportunity to worship and receive the Eucharist during the week. It follows Holy Eucharist Rite II.


Thursday Chapel & Breakfast with the Bishop (Weekly)

Thursday | 7:15 AM

Come start your Thursday mornings with our 7:15 am “Bishop’s Service”. Bishop Ted, when available, leads Eucharist in the side chapel.  The sermon is based on the upcoming Sunday readings so it is a great way to start integrating the readings into your daily life.

Following the service (around 8 am) we gather in the parish hall for breakfast, coffee, and discussion (usually based upon the lectionary readings).

This time has quickly become a meaningful and integral part of people’s week.  You are welcome every Thursday.

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Bishop Ted Gulick addresses the gathering at Thursday morning’s Bishop’s Service in the side chapel.

Wednesday-Night Services (Monthly)

Wednesday | 7:00 pM

One Wednesday a month we gather for worship.  This is an opportunity to experience different forms of worship within our tradition. Come experience an outdoor family service with children in leadership roles, sung compline, a Celtic service,  “The blessing of the Animals” in celebration of Saint Francis, A meditative Taize’ service, Evensong, an Instructed Eucharist, and everything in between.  Stay tuned to the news each month to see when, where, and how we will gather.

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Fr Ben Maas speaks at a Wednesday-night outdoor Celtic service.