All are welcome to gather in the church for this service of Holy Eucharist, which includes a brief homily and organ music (there is no singing). The service follows “Rite I” in the Book of Common Prayer, which means the prayers are written in traditional language, and tends to conclude by 9:00 am.
Bible Study is held in the Parish House and also on Zoom. We generally follow the Yale Bible Study program, which offers course materials on select books of the Bible, deepened by insights from Yale Divinity School professors.Join our email list to receive Zoom access information.
Our principal service of Holy Eucharist or Morning Prayer with Choir and Organ is held in person and streamed from the church. Join us online by clicking here. Make your Sunday offering online.
During the 11:00 a.m. service, children leave for Sunday School in the Parish House and then return to rejoin their parents in worship. Younger children (pre-K to 2nd grade) and older children (3rd to 5th grade) meet separately and use the StoryMakers curriculum.
Join us for this 20-minute prayer service with lectionary readings and canticles. Followed by another 20 minutes of virtual fellowship. Click here for a PDF version of Morning Prayer Rite I.Please contact the clergy for Zoom access information.
Join the Rev. Dr. Nate Lee for a course on Christopher Hall’s Reading Scripture with the Church Fathers. Learn how these early Christians–including their world, their perspective, and their interpretation of Scripture–can help us grasp the deep roots of what has grown into the faith we practice today. Starting June 15, classes will be held on four […]
All are welcome to gather in the church for this Rite I service of Holy Eucharist, which includes a brief homily. Click here to view an important safety document.
Join us for this 20-minute prayer service with psalms, lectionary readings and a brief homily. Click here for a PDF version of Noonday Prayer. Join our email list to receive Zoom access information.
Candlelight Communion is a service of Holy Eucharist that incorporates chant and silence as well as elements of contemporary worship. This service is informal and contemplative, with music led by a Cantor and a brief reflection by one of the clergy.