During the seasons of Lent, Holy Week, Eastertide through Pentecost and into the beginning of Ordinary time we will try the new schedule outlined below. We will live into it together noticing what is wonderful and perhaps challenging about this kind of a shift. The purpose of this shift includes; a desire to focus on building up the bonds of affection in this community, spending time together before and/or after the service over a meal and a time of learning and growing together, and a response to a number of individuals expressing a desire to sing in the choir but who cannot commit to a weekday evening schedule.
Beginning Sunday, February 18 we will move to a single, combined worship service at 10:00am.
Other Sunday morning components will include the following:
9:00am        Continental Breakfast
10:0am        Worship
11:15am      Coffee & Conversations (Formation, All Parish discussions, etc)                     


12:10pm,  Healing Service.  Could you use a break in the middle of your busy week? We offer a short, quiet, intimate Eucharist at midday on Wednesdays. Come as you are to hear the Word and share in the Feast, then go on your way refreshed and reconnected to God.

Our regular worship services always include communion – real bread and real wine (with gluten-free wafers and grape juice for those who need them). Jesus invited everyone to his table, so we invite everyone to God’s table too.

Do I need to be Episcopalian or Christian to come?  No – all are welcome! We don’t check IDs.

Do you have children’s and youth programs?  Children and youth are welcome in our Sunday morning worship. We don’t have a traditional Sunday School where kids and youth are shepherded off to a separate location. Instead, parents and kids pray, sing and learn together, along with the rest of our community. Part of learning to worship as a family is teaching children “how to attend church,” and we realize that there’s likely to be some noise and mayhem here and there. We offer nursery care for infants and toddlers during Sunday worship services, if you prefer.

Are gays, lesbians and transgender people welcome?  Yes.


What should I wear?  Clothes. We don’t care what kind.

Where should I park?  You’ll find all the details about parking here.