Following the Book of Common Prayer, Rite I, this service offers a quiet and gentle way to start your day. Each week we share Holy Communion and hear a sermon from a priest. The service is all spoken, with no music, and usually lasts about 45 minutes.
Our larger service follows the Book of Common Prayer, Rite II, and features organ music, traditional hymns, and a combination of the Chancel Choir, Choristers and the Bell Choir. At the start of the service children 4-11 are invited to Children's Chapel in Powell Hall. Each week we share Holy Communion and hear a sermon from a priest. The service usually lasts about an hour.
This intimate service seeks to be a fresh expression of church – blending the best of the Episcopal Church’s tradition, with a contemporary feel. Every week we share Communion and a reflection by a priest. This service usually lasts 45 minutes.
We celebrate Holy Communion regularly every Sunday and during the week. People who participate in Holy Communion receive the bread and wine as signs of God’s grace offering spiritual nourishment. In the Episcopal Church, the bread and wine are available to all baptized Christians, regardless of denomination.