When We Worship
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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 in hopes that you will find one where you will feel comfortable participating fully.
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8:00 a.m. | Holy Eucharist | intimate, meditative
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.
10:30 a.m. | Holy Eucharist | reverent, traditional, intergenerational
During the summer months, from Memorial Day through Labor Day, our 9:10 and 11:15 a.m. services combine for one, parish-wide Eucharist at 10:30 a.m.
This is a family-friendly, traditional celebration of Holy Communion, alternating between the traditional language of Rite I and the contemporary expression of Rite II, with preaching that is relevant and engaging. Music is led by our parish choir and is drawn primarily from the classical tradition, including choral anthems and great hymns.
As with all our services, children are always very welcome. There is special programming available for children every Sunday of the year, and nursery care is also available.
This service usually lasts 60 minutes. Followed by coffee, fellowship, and special Summer Forums.
6:00 p.m. | Candlelight Communion | timeless, contemplative, centering
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.