We gather Sunday mornings at
10:00 am in the Church

Our Liturgy follows the ancient pattern of worship familiar to most of Western Christianity in the context of the Holy Eucharist (also known as the Mass, Holy Communion, the Lord's Supper) in full embrace of the Book of Common Prayer

Anglican liturgy generally includes three readings from scripture, hymns, a sermon, prayers, and celebration of Holy Communion.  If you're unfamiliar, that's okay! We provide everyone with a booklet to help participate. 

Christians from all traditions tend to feel at home in the rhythm and flow of our liturgy- we invite you to come and worship with us!

Holy Days and Feast Days are celebrated as announced on the home page 

*New* Service Music

Music is an essential part of our Liturgy and an irreplaceable expression of our praise and thanksgiving. We are adding a new mass setting to the rotation to be used throughout the year. It is singable, flexible and worshipful. It can be led by a choir, an individual, the organ or a guitarist. We hope that this will aid in our expansion of our praise over time. 

Music is a sacred place of encounter. It is transformative. And we fully trust that God inhabits the praises of God's people (Psalm 22:3). 

Becoming familiar with new standards is helpful. Some of us learn better by hearing. Others learn better by reading the music. Below you will find links to both the audio recordings and the musical notation. 

šŸŽµ - Gloria
šŸŽµ - Holy Holy
šŸŽµ - Amen
šŸŽµ - Lamb of God

šŸ“ -printable page

"Let the Word of Christ - the Message - have the run of the house. Give it plenty of room in your lives. Instruct and direct one another using good common sense. And sing, sing your hearts out to God!."

- Colossians 3:16 (MSG)