Worship When you're ready, we're here.
Sunday mornings at 10:30
Anchored with Scripture and Holy Communion (or Eucharist or Last Supper) all gather around the common Table of hope, grief and joy.
This service is attended by a variety of folks who appreciate the lively music of contemporary praise and the reverent cadence of Anglican chant, the swaying movement of a Negro spiritual and the quiet meditative response of a piano solo after the sermon. Recognizing that God created all of us and respecting the dignity of every soul, you will find a peace that moves your spirit and speaks to your heart. Sit in silence, sing, pray, listen and receive God's grace and purpose with others on the journey of faith.
Children of all ages are welcome as we participate in the Baptismal covenant, “will you be responsible for seeing that this child is brought up in the Christian faith and life?”
Or, there is child care with qualified leaders in the parish hall. Activities for the up to age 11 group is from 10:30 up to the time for communion when all join around the Table.
Youth Group for 12+ meets right after the service until 1p.
All worship is followed by a time of food and fellowship for folks to share stories, catch up, meet new faces or just refresh and let God speak through our neighbors.
Our doors are open to all. You are welcome to bring your children, your partner, your curious mind and uncertainties, your voice for singing and your enthusiasm to know God better.
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Parking and entrance for services
Enter through the large glass doors near the corner of Spruce and 22nd. Parking is available on the east side of 22nd Street from Spruce to Pine Streets, by special arrangement with the City. Greeters will provide a "Church Parking" sign for your windshield.