The Episcopal worship service is what is called a formal liturgy and we who are members here find it inspirational. It feeds us through the week. Our main service, Sundays at 10 a.m., starts with a procession. You’ll hear our beautiful organ and you’ll see our clergy and choir wearing vestments. During the service, we pray and sing together. We listen to a sermon that calls us to live our faith. We greet each other as we pass the peace. Then all of us are welcome to come forward to receive Holy Communion. We warmly invite you to fully participate in all of our services.
Holy Communion, 8 am & 10 am
Infant and toddler care is available from 8 am to noon each Sunday. Large print bulletins are available for 10 am service: Ask an usher for a copy. A social time with coffee follows the 10 am service.
Our Sunday 10 am services are available through a live stream. Recordings of the service will normally posted the same day. We are pleased to be able to offer these Sunday services to those who cannot join us in person.
SERVICE OF EVENSONG
First Sunday of the month (October, February through May), 6 pm
Choral Evensong (or sung Evening Prayer): A centuries-old liturgy of prayer, praise, and scripture reading.
WEDNESDAYS & FRIDAYS
Holy Communion, 12:10 pm
Tuesdays, 4:30 pm
We offer opportunities to members to serve as Lay Ministers within our worship service. There are opportunities to serve as acolytes, chalice bearers and lay readers.
The Acolyte Guild are youth and adult volunteers who assist in worship by carrying the processional cross or crucifix; by lighting, carrying and extinguishing candles; by helping with the representation of the bread, wine and gifts of the people; and by assisting the clergy in the preparation of the altar for communion. Learn more.
Chalice Bearers are lay persons licensed by the bishop, after a period of study and training, who administer the chalice at the Holy Communion. Generally, the cathedral has four chalice bearers at each principal Sunday service, with additional chalice bearers at special services.
Readers are lay persons who read the first and second lessons at the liturgy. At the 8 a.m. Sunday service, this person also reads the Psalm and the Prayers of the People and also acts as acolyte and chalice bearer. Readers are specially trained in congregational reading in a large space, and are assigned on a rotating basis.
For more information about any of the above minstries, contact Canon Manoj Zacharia.