Worship

Worship Schedule

8:00 am Holy Eucharist Rite I

10:00 am Holy Eucharist Rite II with Children's Sunday School*

*Nursery available 9:45am-11:15am

The main service on Sundays and other days is called “The Holy Eucharist." It consists of Scripture readings, prayers, songs, a sermon, and sharing bread and wine.

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW…

  • You will receive a worship bulletin as you enter.
  • The worship bulletin includes all readings and most of the congregational responses.
  • If you need to use the Book of Common Prayer found in the pews (marked with a cross), the page numbers will be announced and printed.
  • For the 10am service, hymn numbers are noted in your worship bulletin. You will use the Hymnals (blue books) found in the pews.
  • The 8am service does not include music and is held in the chapel (to the right as you enter the back, glass door).
  • All baptized individuals are welcome to receive Communion. If you do not wish to receive Communion, simply cross your arms across your chest at the altar to receive a blessing instead. Gluten-free bread and wine are available by request.
  • Join us in the Parish Hall after the service for coffee and fellowship.

The services of this congregation follows a simple pattern laid out in The Book of Common Prayer. This book is more 500 years old, but it still connects us with the prayers of our past and the prayers of Christians across the world.

*Trinity Bible School and Nursery

Trinity Bible School starts 10am in the Preschool wing for children 6 and up. Our youngest class, for children ages 5-10, explores the gospel reading for the week and then enjoys an accompanying activity. Our older class, ages 10-13, explores the lesson through discussion format and Lego creations. During announcements, children are invited back into the service to present what they learned in TBS and join in for the Eucharist.

The nursery, for children six weeks to preschool age, is available from 9:45 to 11:15am in the Preschool wing.

The First Sunday of the Month

Children actively participate in the Holy Eucharist in various leadership roles serving as acolytes, readers, ushers, and oblationers. A children's sermon and invitation to the altar are included in the service.