We come together as a community when we gather for worship. We bring all that we are and all that we care about as our offering to God, believing that God will receive us and challenge us, nourish us and strengthen us, and return us to the world in love and service.
As members of the Episcopal Church, we are inheritors of a great tradition of community in worship through The Book of Common Prayer. Our lives are guided by the rhythm of the Daily Office (Morning Prayer, Noonday Prayer, Evening Prayer, and Compline). For more information on the Book of Common Prayer, check out Fr. Joshua’s podcast: The BCP and Me.
Our worship is rooted in the celebration of the Holy Eucharist (also known as Communion) in which we hear the readings for the day as prescribed by theNew Revised Common Lectionary. We pray for the concerns of the church, the nation, and the world, and remember the passion, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ in the weekly celebration of the Eucharist.
In the Episcopal Church, ALL baptized Christians are welcome to participate in the Eucharist and receive Holy Communion. Whether this is your first time in an Episcopal Church or your 90th year, you are welcome here.