Root Yourself in Worship

Each of our Sunday services has its own “personality” and we are blessed to be able to worship in a variety of ways. Below is a brief description of each service as well as our Wednesday Holy Eucharist in hopes that you will find one where you will feel comfortable participating fully.

Sunday Worship

8:00 a.m. | Holy Eucharist


This is a quiet, spoken Communion service in the Chapel. It uses the traditional language of Rite I, and includes a short homily. This service lasts approximately 40 minutes.

10:00 a.m. | Holy Eucharist

in St. James' Church and Livestream

This is a family-friendly celebration of Holy Communion. Over the summer, this service alternates each week between the contemporary expression of Rite II and the traditional expression of Rite I, with preaching that is relevant and engaging. Music is led by our parish choirs, and is drawn primarily from the classical tradition, including choral anthems and great hymns.

This service usually lasts 60-75 minutes, and is followed by coffee and fellowship. Nursery & toddler care (ages 0-4) is available during the service and the coffee hour that follows.

6:00 p.m. | Candlelight Communion

in St. James' Church and Livestream

An informal, contemplative Communion service to close the day and begin the week. This service includes Scripture, poetry, a short meditation by one of the clergy, beautiful instrumental music, and ample time for reflection. The Church is dark and bathed in candle light, and members of the congregation are invited to get up and light a candle when so moved as a symbol of their prayer.

This service usually lasts no more than 60 minutes.

Weekday Worship

Wednesday 8:00 a.m. | Holy Eucharist


This is a quiet, spoken Communion service in the Chapel. This service lasts approximately 30 minutes.