Worship Times

We welcome you for our regular Sunday worship at 10:00 a.m. 

We also offer many special services throughout the year, which will be posted here seasonally.

Fully Accessible

Our worship space and building are fully wheelchair accessible.

Messy Church: Look for this in 2017

Beginning in 2017, we are looking forward to offering Messy Church at a time through the week that might be more convenient for young families and offer a free supper (and night off cooking!)

U2 (Yes, the U2!) Eucharist

We will also be offering another U2 Eucharist, since the experiences were so positive last year and benefited Beacon House and Adsum House through the offering that we received. Details to come...

New to Us and Feeling a Little Intimidated About Visiting?

If you are new to the parish or seeking to find a community of faith that meets your needs for learning about Christianity, we will warmly welcome you and help you to experience the worship by providing you with a partner in worship who will guide you through the books, how to receive communion, and the logistical things  like finding the bathroom!

Children are Fully Included and Welcomed in Our Sunday Worship

From September to June we offer a fantastic Sunday School Program which involves children in our worship and provides a fun and engaging learning program run by our police-checked volunteers.

If your child is a toddler or prefers to stay with or near you during the worship, we have a kid's room directly adjacent to our worship space, which is fully visible should your child wish to move back and forth during the worship service. We love to have children in our midst and they are free to move about as children do! It is not an uncommon sight on Sunday mornings to see a child being chased up and down the aisles by Mom, Dad or Grandma or Granddad! We love the sound of a child in our midst and it gives us great hope for the future.

P.S.

We love to have fun and experience joy in our worship service. You will always hear us say, "Happy Sunday!" as we leave the church to go into the world to serve God.