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When we worship

We offer three weekly services and two monthly services, each of a different experience.

If you’re coming for the first time, learn more about about what to expect.

If you missed a service, get the bulletin here or listen to the sermon


Sunday 10.30 am
Choral + Sunday School

Our main service features our choir leading us through traditional hymns, psalms, and classical organ arrangements. A sermon is preached reflecting on the Gospel. We share in the bread and wine of Communion, except for the second Sunday of the month when the service is Choral Mattins, the traditional sung service of Morning Prayer from the Anglican Book of Common Prayer.

For families, our kids and youth programs are available throughout the school year.


Sunday 8:30 am
Spoken Eucharist, Book of Common Prayer

A quiet spoken service in our intimate Memorial Chapel. There is a short sermon on the Gospel reading and Communion is celebrated every week.


Wednesday 11 am
Eucharist with Anointing and Community Lunch

Every Wednesday, we gather for a service followed by a lunch. A short reflection on the Gospel is preached, a few hymns are sung, and we offer anointing for healing.

The service is followed by a Community lunch in the parish hall, where we often celebrate birthdays and special occasions with delicious treats in a friendly atmosphere.


Sunday Evensong, 4 pm
Choral Evensong, last Sunday of the month

Our choir pulls out the stops at this traditional Anglican service of of sung Evening Prayer from the Book of Common Prayer. Come and listen to many of the great choral settings for the Magnificat (Luke 1.46) and the Nunc Dimittis (Luke 2.26) as well as an anthem, traditional hymns, and organ music. There is a sermon preached reflecting on the Gospel.


Tuesday Evening Prayer, 6 pm
Contemplative and Candlelit, last Tuesday of the month

On the last Tuesday of each month, there is a quiet and contemplative prayer held in the choir stalls or outside in our courtyard in warmer weather. This is an opportunity to search for God in stillness and in silence, borrowing from the many contemplative traditions, such as lectio divina, Taizé, and Compline.

The service is followed by a time of simple food and fellowship.