Worship begins in the heart

Liturgy is our public worship of God.  As we sing and pray, our worship of God brings praise to our Creator.

It expresses the church’s identity and mission, including the church’s calling to invite others and to serve with concern for the needs of the world.

There is structure to our liturgy, set in motion by the rubrics within the Book of Common Prayer, but there is flexibility as we move and respond to the Holy Spirit.

Click the links to learn more about the building blocks of Episcopal worship and the depth of meaning we find in it. There’s intentionality throughout.

Book of Common Prayer

Our scripture readings come from a common lectionary, a curated set of scriptures, and our services are guided by the Book of Common Prayer. A mark of Episcopal life, the Prayer Book is our guide to the discipled life in community. In it we find daily prayers, services, psalms, lectionary readings, and even historical documents, as well as a host of prayers and thanksgivings for our common life. It is our manual of devotion and guide to worship. If you don’t have one, we’d be glad to get you a printed copy. Click the links to download a digital copy.

New Revised Standard Version of the Bible

The Bible translation that we use in worship is the New Revised Standard Version (NRSV), published in 1989.

The NRSV translation was prepared by the National Council of Churches, an ecumenical organization consisting of Protestant, Orthodox, African-American, and historic Christian denominations in the United States.

Announcement

Caring

FOR ONE ANOTHER

We have temporarily suspended all in-person gatherings for worship, along with all in-person events not related to our vital outreach ministries. We look forward to returning to joyful worship together. Please check back for announcement of dates. Full letter from Father Jim here.

During this period, we will offer the opportunity to engage in prayer, worship, and discipleship via Facebook Live.
Sat at 5pm
Sun at 10am

To ensure continuity for the church and our vital ministries to our community, please consider online giving in lieu of your plate offerings.

Stay tuned and stay safe. 🙏🏻❤️

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