We worship in the Anglican tradition through daily prayer and regular celebration of the Holy Eucharist. We host contemplative meditation on Monday nights at 6:15 pm, say Morning Prayer every weekday at 8:00 am, celebrate the Eucharist on Wednesdays (noon and 6:15 pm), and on Sunday mornings (8 am, 9 am, and 10:30 am), and now offer a Night Prayer service on Sunday evenings at 7pm
Services are traditional but not stuffy. Our sermons support a spiritual life of inquiry. Children participate fully as acolytes and choir members. Beautiful music plays an important part of our Sunday morning worship.
Ours is an Incarnational and sacramental faith, seeking Christ in those around us and God’s presence in ordinary things—bread, wine, water, and ash. These are ancient rituals made new by our participation in God’s grace and shared with sisters and brothers in the Anglican Communion throughout the world.