Masks strongly recommended for in-person worship
Because of the highly contagious nature of the Delta variant—which can both infect and be transmitted by vaccinated people—mask-wearing is now recommended for all people regardless of vaccination status in indoor settings. This is especially true if you have a weakened immune system, or if you are at increased risk for severe disease because of your age or an underlying medical condition, or if someone in your household has a weakened immune system, is at increased risk for severe disease, or is an unvaccinated adult. Without question, unvaccinated people must wear masks. For the time being, we will continue to avoid physical touch, sharing physical objects, and maintaining communion by continuous line.
We are continuing to livestream our Sunday service for those who prefer to worship from home at this time. Find out how to join here.
Ordinary Sunday Schedule
9:00 am Choir Rehearsal [Temporarily on hold]
9:00 am Sunday School [Resumes 9/19 on Zoom]
10:30 am The Holy Eucharist
Our weekly celebration of God's love and radical hospitality. We gather to hear the ancient stories proclaimed for our own day, sing songs of praise and thanksgiving, pray for the needs of the world, and feast on God's abundance in Holy Communion. We leave as forgiven and renewed people to serve others in Jesus' name.
11:45 am Coffee and Fellowship [Outdoors beginning 8/8]
Stick around for something cold to drink (or hot coffee...) pastries and snacks, meet new friends, and catch up on each other's weeks.
Our worship strives to celebrate the musical treasures of many cultures and blends styles both ancient and modern, accompanied by organ, piano, guitar, and other instruments. The primary instrument in our worship is the human voice of the whole gathered assembly, led and enhanced by our Choir under the direction of accomplished composer and church musician David Greatrix.
Additional services are held during the seasons of Advent and Lent, and for Christian holy days, including Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, the Great Vigil of Easter, and Christmas Eve.