How We Worship
On the first Saturday of each month at 5:30 pm, we hold “Family Mass,” which is an all-ages service especially for those with short attention spans and requires no reading skills. Supper follows, so that parents of little ones can transition from church straight into bath & bedtime routines.
Every Thursday at 6 pm, all are welcome to a service of Holy Communion primarily conducted in Spanish, though those who only read or speak in English will also find accommodation. This new congregation is growing and we sing joyful Latin American worship music, led by Rev. José Reyes.
On Tuesday mornings at 9 am, a small group gathers for Morning Prayer, led by lay members of the congregation.
While priests are the most obvious leaders of worship, they are not the only ones. Episcopal churches highly value the service of Licensed Eucharistic Ministers, Lectors, Acolytes, and Crucifers. People of any age can assist with the services in these roles, and we have leaders from 8 to 80-something.
- Wheelchair accessible worship space and church hall. Altar area is fully wheelchair accessible.
- Assisted listening devices for the hearing impaired.
- We will bring the Eucharist to you if you have mobility difficulties.
- Ushers available to assist you.