If you have never been to an Episcopal Church then this page is for you!
We promise to do our very best to welcome you. Greeters and ushers are on hand to answer your questions and direct you to classrooms or childcare, if needed. As you enter the campus, please be aware that most of the parking is in the rear of the property, behind the church.
The worship of God is why we gather. We do this through singing hymns, the reading and interpretation of scripture (a sermon), prayers for one another and the world, and especially in the Eucharist.
- There are many ways to describe Eucharist: some call it Mass while others may refer to the Lord’s Supper or Communion. Regardless of the word used or your tradition, the Eucharist is our thanksgiving for what God has done for us in the person of Jesus and every time we gather we remember that night Jesus spent with his disciples before his death. All baptized persons are welcome to join us for communion, no matter your denominational (church) affiliation.
- Don’t feel like you have to do what others are doing during the service in terms of standing, kneeling, or making the sign of the cross. There is no right or wrong thing to do. Be yourself.
- Some kneel during certain portions of the service as an act of reverence, while others stand in acclamation that in Jesus, God considers us worthy to stand before Him.
- Others make the sign of the cross in certain parts of the service. Making the sign of the cross is a way of expressing bodily the love of Jesus on the Cross for us.
- Again, there is no right or wrong thing to do.
We offer a range of Sunday morning education programs for the entire family and we will show you where these classes and programs take place. Childcare is offered beginning at 9:50 a.m., and formation (education) continues for all ages until 12:15 p.m.