What To Expect

Our worship is grounded in the Episcopal liturgical and sacramental tradition, and enlivened with creativity and authenticity.  We have good preaching, but often share the good news in creative ways other than sermons – life stories from members, dramatic or artistic presentations, or experiential worship.greeting at rail 2

Our sanctuary and altar are in the round, which makes our worship more communal and intimate. When we gather “in the round”, we pass a greeting from one person, holding hands, so that it feels like “one body”.  Our sanctuary consists of glass windows all around that let in the natural light and allow one to see the trees, flowers, gardens and the labyrinth that mirrors the altar in the circle.

We like to hang out together.  We share a hot breakfast between services and a lively coffee hour with refreshments after the later service.  We offer Christian formation for all ages between our worship services.  All can enjoy the courtyard, including the water space and memorial gardens, the labyrinth or the walk the trails at any time.

 

An invitation to worship with us and to share in the Eucharistic feast:

This is the table of the Lord.  It is made ready for those who love and for those who want to love more. So come, you who have much faith and you who have little, you who have been here often and you have not been here long, you who have tried to follow and you have fallen short. Come, because it is the Risen Christ who invites you. It is the Risen Christ who wants to meet you here.

adapted from  a Wee Worship Book, Wild Goose Worship Group