About Our Church
We believe worship is the primary means by which we are formed into disciples of Jesus Christ. The expression, "as we worship, so we believe, and so we live" truly expresses our commitment to our community worship. We want the word, liturgy, prayer and music to shape us into God’s people.
We celebrate the Holy Eucharist each Sunday at 8 AM and 10 AM. Our Sunday services are typically Rite II with music being offered at the 10 AM service assisted by our organist, a small choir of dedicated individuals and periodically a nine member bell choir. Liturgical ministers at the altar remind us of the ministry of the baptized and our call to servanthood in the community. Noonday prayers, compline, weddings, baptisms and funerals are all occasions for us to come together in a spirit of celebration, faith and love towards each other. Advent and Christmas, Holy Week and Easter, Pentecost, All Saints and our Bishop’s visit are all high points in the calendar.
Our services have tended to be traditional but there is a growing awareness among the majority of us of the value of more contemporary elements within the main services. We see our liturgical style as primarily broad church with a casual yet reverent attitude present at both services. Above all, we desire that the Holy Spirit’s presence among us will bring joy and peace into our hearts and minds. We have much to celebrate and give thanks for in our lives and we express this in our worship.