Sunday Worship

8:30 am – Traditional Holy Communion

At 8:30 am, we celebrate The Service of Holy Communion using the Book of Common Prayer, the traditional Anglican prayer book used since 1549. The service is a ‘said-service;’ in other words, there is no music. It is a reflective, reverent, and intimate service.

10:00 am – Contemporary Holy Eucharist

At 10:00 am, our largest service, the Service of Holy Eucharist begins. In this service, we use the Book of Alternative Services, a liturgy that mixes the rich liturgical tradition of the Anglican Church with contemporary language. Our talented music director, Ms. Cecilia Lee, and our dedicated choir, along with the whole congregation sing music ranging from Gregorian chants, to Taize contemplative music, to more recent contemporary praise music.

From September to June, we also provide Sunday School for children and there is nursery available for you to stay in with your child if necessary.

2 thoughts on “Sunday Worship

  1. I am a student of Archaeology and need to attend a church service as part of research for a particular assignment.

    I wonder if it might be possible to attend a service this coming Sunday at your church?

    God Bless,
    John Coffey

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