What to Expect on Sundays
We often use the word liturgy to describe our worship. Liturgy comes from a Greek word that is loosely translated to mean “the works of the people.” When we gather for worship, we bring all that we are, all the places we have been, all the things we’ve seen, all the works we have done—everything!—and gather it up into an expression of worship that we can share in common. We use historic and ancient rites to guide our worship together, found in The Book of Common Prayer. (The BCP is the red book in each pew.)
What to Wear:
When you worship with us, be comfortable in whatever you choose to wear. There is no dress code, and you'll find that some of the people around you will be dressed up while others will be very casual.
We generally stand to sing and to hear the Gospel. During prayers, some people prefer to stand, others to sit, and other to kneel. Some people make the sign of the cross on themselves, bow, hold their palms upwards in front of them, or engage in other ersonally meaningful actions during the service.
The Songs We Sing:
Music is important to us. We sing with joy, songs of praise and worship from many cultures, eras, and traditions.
Please join us in the Parish Hall for refreshments after the service and give us a chance to greet you in person. To get there, exit out the main side doors, and turn right down the hall.
The nursery is open on Sunday during the 10:00 am service. Staff members are there to
welcome children from birth through age 3. The nursery is directly adjacent to the Gathering Area.
Parking is available in our main lot off of West Bellfort and in our rear lot from Woodwind Dr.
Please join us for coffee after the service. We gather in the Parish Hall (down the hallway past the restrooms) to meet one another, share delicious refreshments.
You are welcome here!