Our early worship is a quiet, meditative experience. The language used is more formal Elizabethan English (Rite I) and we have a harp for musical accompaniment. Moments of silence are incorporated into the service and we set aside time for meditation after communion. The nursery is open for infants and toddlers.
This is our main service (Rite II), in modern language and featuring classical organ music with choral pieces and congregational hymns. We believe that wherever you are on your spiritual journey, and whatever your age, you are welcome at Christ’s table, welcome to come and receive the bread and the cup with us.
Sunday School is held during worship, with the children joining their families and the congregation for communion. The nursery is also open during worship.
Healing ministers are available in the chapel after communion for individual prayer, laying on of hands, and anointing.
Sunday Classes - Most Sundays we hold classes for adults between our two services – classes that deepen our spirituality and inform our faith. Classes range from introductory ones - like What is Advent? What is Lent?, and The Insider’s Guide to Holy Week - to series on Christianity and spirituality. Recent class series include: Being Christian; Finding Space for God; Treasures of the Book of Common Prayer; Spiritual Transformation; Meet the Old Testament; and Anglican Mystics.
Nursery - Licensed/bonded and loving caregivers provide a safe, clean, and nurturing environment for babies and preschoolers up to four years. The nursery includes a spacious playroom and an outdoor area fully equipped with creative and age-appropriate toys; a dedicated bathroom; nursing and diaper change facilities; and secure sign-in/out protocol providing parents with peace of mind and security.