Human beings are created to marvel, wonder, and adore. In worship, we join together in the holy mystery of the triune God, that we might grow more faithfully to reflect the life of our Creator, Redeemer, and Sustainer.
Sunday Morning Worship (Memorial Day to Labor Day)
One service only at 10:00 AM Sanctuary
Sunday Morning Worship (Labor Day to Memorial Day)
9:00 AM Chapel
11:00 AM Sanctuary (An interpreter for the hearing-impaired is available at this service.)
Our worship is grounded in the historic liturgy of the Church. Our prayers come from saints of the past and words expressed for our present life. Hymns and anthems draw from traditional text and tune to modern melody and lyrics. We value tradition, but we are contemporary in our outlook and intentional in our structure for each worship experience.
We practice the sacrament of Holy Communion on the first Sunday of each month, and all are welcome at Christ's table.
We baptize infants and adults, celebrating God's abundant grace.
Infant and toddler nursery is available.
Following Children's Time during both services, children ages 4 years old through first grade may leave the sanctuary for Children's Worship and will remain there for the remainder of the service.
Every Wednesday morning, we offer a service of worship with Holy Communion at 7:00 AM. The service lasts approximately 40 minutes. In this intimate service, we sit in a semi-circle. We hear one another’s prayer requests. We share in the reading of prayers and scripture passages. One of our ministers shares a brief devotion for the day, and together we pass the bread and the cup offering the body and blood of Christ. As the sun rises over the tree line, we celebrate each week that God’s mercies “are fresh as the morning and sure as the sunrise.”
Thursdays, 10:00 AM at St. Elizabeth’s Episcopal Church
This service practices the ancient art of Lectio Divina (Holy Reading). In meditation the reading of scripture and shared reflections, this service allows worshipers to quiet their hearts and tune their souls to the presence of God.