Worshiping together is the core of our common life - the act around which many and diverse people may be joined. In it we are both lifted to God's presence and grounded more fully in our lives.
Our liturgy, or style of worship, is according to the Book of Common Prayer of the Episcopal Church. Throughout the week we have multiple services of Holy Eucharist, or Communion, using the various forms of the prayer book, from the traditional language of Rite I to the more contemporary language of Rite II. Prayers from the very earliest Christians are set beside prayers of the faithful in every generation up to our own, as we are bound together in the fellowship of Christ.
We hope, whatever your background, you will find welcome and peace when you come through our doors.