Join us for one of our worship services as detailed below.
Wednesday 10:00 am Holy Eucharist, with Healing, in Crowell Chapel
This is a quiet and spoken service with communion. Because few people attend this service, the homily is very often a time where people are invited to share their thoughts or comments about the readings or what the Spirit leads them to share. The heart of the service is a healing prayer with anointing and laying on the hands. The service is usually about 50 to 60 minutes long.
Saturday 5:30 pm Holy Eucharist, Rite II, in Crowell Chapel
This is an early Sunday Service. It includes the same collects and reading to be used the next day. This is a quiet and spoken service. This service has a sermon and communion each week and is usually about 50 to 60 minutes long.
Sunday 8:00 am Holy Eucharist, Rite II, in Crowell Chapel
This is a simple service with organ music and three hymns (at the beginning, before the proclamation of the Gospel, and at the end). “Rite II” refers to the use of regular, everyday language in our worship. This service has a sermon and communion each week and is usually about 60 minutes long. For special occasions, like Easter morning, we welcome the choir and we worship in the Church.
Sunday 10:00 am Holy Eucharist with Choir, Rite II, in the Church
This is a more formal service (although you do not have to dress formally to participate!). This service has a sermon and music, including congregational singing of hymns, our great choir, organ, and other instruments on occasion. Parts of the worship service are sung, rather than spoken. This service has a sermon and communion each week, usually 65 to 75 minutes long.