Episcopal worship is centered in Scripture and Prayer.
The framework and setting in which we focus on Scripture and Prayer are the liturgical arts that touch our physical senses: sight (such as architecture and visual symbols), taste (such as bread and wine), touch (such as bread and cup), smell (such as incense) and hearing (such as spoken word, bells, and music).
The goal of our worship is to encounter God — aspiring to love God with all our heart, soul, mind, and heart, and to love our neighbor as ourselves.
Our patterns for worship come from the Book of Common Prayer — which finds its ancient roots both in the Jewish synagogue as well as the Celtic, Catholic, Orthodox, and Protestant Christian traditions. Our Sunday worship includes preaching and singing, chant and silence, organ and choir, vestments and candles, as well as a variety of other ancient and contemporary spiritual practices. At least once a week we will celebrate Holy Communion. You do not need to be a member of our church (or even Episcopal) to share in the Communion with us.
Always remember, no matter who you are, or where you’re from, you matter to God. And you matter to us. “The Episcopal Church Welcomes You.”
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