As Christians we believe that the purpose of human life is to worship God and enjoy life in his presence forever. Worship is our response to the life and love we have received from God, and so we come before God to give thanks and to learn together what it means to be children of God.
No matter where you are in your own journey of faith you are invited to worship – each of us has something to offer and something learn!
Sunday 8:45 a.m.
– Traditional Communion Service
Our early service on Sunday, held in our side chapel, is a quiet, traditional worship service with music, using the Book of Common Prayer.
Join us for refreshments following the service in the front entryway.
Sunday 10:30 a.m.
– Contemporary Communion Service
At 10:30 a.m., the community gathers in our main worship space for an engaging service of Holy Eucharist, with a variety of traditional and contemporary musical and liturgical expressions. The service follows the Book of Alternative Services.
Members of the congregation are invited to participate fully in the service as greeters, sidespeople, lay leaders, readers, prayer leaders and chalice bearers.
Join us for refreshments following the service downstairs in the church hall.
On the third Sunday of the month, we offer a ministry of anointing with prayers for healing at both the 8:45 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. services.
Children’s Chapel – Sunday Mornings 10:30 am – Every other week
Children are invited to worship in the children’s chapel on the first and third Sunday of the month, and stay with their parents/grand parents/guradians on alternate Sundays.
Children’s Chapel is an opportunity for children to worship and learn in their own space and at their own speed. Children’s chapel takes the general shape of our Sunday worship including opening song, prayers, reading and a time for the children to reflect and learn about the story they heard from the Bible each week. Worship includes the celebration of communion with one of our priests, though children will also be invited to join the main worship for communion as well.
Wednesday 10:15 a.m.
– Mid-Week Communion Service and Bible Study
Refresh your spirit mid-week by joining in this a small, prayerful communion service, held in our side chapel, using the Book of Alternative Services.
Join us for Bible Study following the service