O worship the LORD in the beauty of holiness; Let the whole earth stand in awe of him.

Lessons & Carols 2019
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Seasonal Worship Services

Advent IV: December 22

7:45 am Morning Prayer

9:00 am Holy Communion

11:15 am Holy Communion

6.00 pm Lessons & Carols

Christmas Eve

5:30 pm Christmas Eve Eucharist

10:30 pm Candlelight Choral Cathedral Eucharist

Christmas Day

10:00 am Christmas Day Eucharist

Feast Days

St. Stephen Deacon and Martyr Eucharist- Dec. 26, 12:00pm

St. John the Apostle Eucharist- Dec. 27, 12:00pm

Holy Innocents Eucharist- Dec. 28, 12:00pm

Circumcision of Christ Eucharist- Jan. 1, 12:00pm

Christmas-Epiphany Pageant- Jan. 5, 10:15am

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Weekly Worship Services


7:45 am Morning Prayer

9 am Holy Communion

10 am Sunday School

11:15 am Holy Communion

Daily Offices

Monday - Saturday

8:30 am Morning Prayer

4:30 pm Evening Prayer

Wednesdays 12 Noon

Healing Eucharist

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Making Disciples for Christ in the Anglican Way.

A Place to Worship God

As you enter, you will notice an atmosphere of reverence. Scripture makes clear that worship is God drawing us into His presence by His grace, into His throne room. That is first played out in the quiet, prayerful way we enter the church building. We enter God's house, God's throne room. Inside, the placement of the Holy Table is central to our focus. On the right side as you look forward is a lectern on which the Bible is placed. From here the Lessons for the day are read. On the left side is the pulpit, from which the sermon is preached.

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