Sunday Services

7:30 AM Rite I Eucharist (Communion)
This service is a Said (spoken) service that follows The Holy Eucharist: Rite One from the Book of Common Prayer, page 323 and lacks any musical components. The Rite I service is generally regarded as a more traditional service and more closely resembles the version from the 1928 prayer book.

 

9:00 AM Rite II Eucharist (Communion) with Contemporary Music

This service substitutes the traditional hymns and music of the Episcopal service with music of a contemporary band. This service follows The Holy Eucharist: Rite Two from the Book of Common Prayer, page 355. The Rite II service is generally regarded as a more modern service and includes updated language and more options for prayers such as the Prayers of the People and the Prayer of Consecration.

11:00 AM Rite II Eucharist (Communion) with Choir and Hymns

This service enjoys the traditional hymns and worship music accompanied by the choir. This service follows The Holy Eucharist: Rite Two from the Book of Common Prayer, page 355. The Rite II service is generally regarded as a more modern service and includes updated language and more options for prayers such as the Prayers of the People and the Prayer of Consecration.

5:00 PM Holy Eucharist (Communion)

This service enjoys the traditional hymns and worship music accompanied by piano or guitar. This service follows The Holy Eucharist: Rite Two from the Book of Common Prayer, page 355. The Rite II service is generally regarded as a more modern service and includes updated language and more options for prayers such as the Prayers of the People and the Prayer of Consecration.

 

Weekday Services

10:00 AM Morning Prayer (in the Parlor)

Each weekday morning, a Morning Prayer service is held in the Parlor. The service follows Daily Morning Prayer: Rite Two from the Book of Common Prayer, page 75. On certain occasions a shorter form, Daily Devotions for Families and Individuals (BCP p. 136), will be used instead.

 

Wednesday

10:00 AM Holy Eucharist (Communion)

This is a spoken service that follows The Holy Eucharist: Rite II in the Book of Common Prayer, page 355 celebration of Holy Eucharist (Communion).