On Sunday morning, our church is filled with activity!

Sunday school for all ages takes place between our two services, and refreshments are served. You will be greeted as you enter from our parking lot. A staff member will be at the Welcome Desk to answer questions you may have. The ushers will offer you a bulletin that will guide you through the worship service itself. When service starts you will find a visitor card in the pew, which we ask you to fill out and put in the offering plate as it is passed. After service we invite you to join us in a time of fellowship.

We are a liturgical church, which means that our worship service is the work of the people.

When the church family gathers in worship, two highlights of the liturgy are celebrated. The first is the Scripture of God – read, proclaimed and explained. Our service is guided by the Book of Common Prayer, two-thirds of which is scriptural. All members of the Episcopal Church share in common worship.

We are a sacramental church. The second highlight of the liturgy is participation in the Communion meal of Jesus, which He gave to the apostles at the Last Supper. Holy Communion, known as Eucharist, may be received by all baptized Christians.