Services and Times

We are excited to be back in church for in-person worship at 11am on Sundays. Health and safety continues to be our top priority, and masks will be worn indoors. We continue to follow all COVID protocols, including physical distancing, sanitizing, and contact tracing. 

There is no advance registration for worship. When you arrive, there will be a registration table for us to write down your information. 

9:30 am worship - a more young-family-friendly service - will continue to be on Zoom during the summer until we are able to do more along the lines of singing and moving around. Thank you for your understanding. 

Sunday services are available online at 9:30 a.m. and 11a.m. via Zoom and YouTube. If you plan to attend on Zoom please email the office for the link by Friday at

We encourage you to bring your coffee or tea with you to the device you'll join us on. Come early or stay late to the 11am and say hello!


8:00 am


A reflective service using the Book of Common Prayer. This Eucharistic service is rich with beautiful language in the tradition of living in God's Word, prayer, and the food of heaven. 

**This service will continue as soon as the lockdown is lifted.


10:30 am

Quiet Midweek

The traditional, poetic language of the Book of Common Prayer in an intimate and welcoming midweek service. A welcome respite and reminder of God's presence in our busy lives.


9:30 am

Great for Young Families

This service is more relaxed and features creative liturgy and joy-filled contemporary music with guitars, piano, and more. We are online during COVID but still have fun together!

** This service is designed for participation by all.

Noon Renewal

12:00 pm

Monday, Wednesday, Friday on YouTube

Online prayer, reading, and reflection to help us be centered and remember Christ's presence. Find us on our YouTube Channel!


11:00 am

Classic Anglican Service

This service uses the Book of Alternative Services, the Anglican Church's primary worship text since 1985. The music at this service is led by our choir and excellent organist. Past sermons.

** During the pandemic we are limited to soloist singers.

Christmas &


Advent, Christmas,

Epiphany, Lent, Easter

We offer many opportunities to anticipate the coming of Christ during Advent, to sing carols, remember those we've lost during our Blue Christmas service, or yearn for the second-coming. We observe Ash Wednesday, Pancake Tuesday, and the most important week in our calendar year is Holy Week.


This church is a beautiful community. I have experienced grace and kindness here. It really is home.