Join us for 9 a.m. Sunday Holy Eucharist Rite One worship service in The Church.
Come and see how God works in our community. Students in grades 6-12 are encouraged to join Student Ministries on Sunday mornings and enjoy donuts, coffee and lemonade while we discuss the Scriptures taken from the worship service. For more information about 7-1-7 Students and Episcopal Youth Community, please email Student Ministries at email@example.com.
Join us at 10:15 a.m. Sunday mornings for engaging lessons, curriculum and content for both preschool and elementary school. Childcare is available during all morning services for infants through age four, as well. For more information about Children's Ministry, contact Ashley Monachelli at firstname.lastname@example.org
"Themes from the Book of Romans" with the Rev. Alex D. Graham III Theologians often call the book of Romans St. Paul’s magnum opus, and the “chief part of the New Testament.” For the last two millennia, Romans has been popular for both theologians and lay Christians alike because it contains some of the most profound truths of the Christian ...
“Deliver Us from Evil” We pray it every Sunday in the Lord’s Prayer: “deliver us from evil.” But what do we mean? The existence of evil is assumed throughout the Bible and Christian tradition. Looking at evil through the lenses of philosophy, Christian theology and Biblical mythology, this three-week series will help you understand what we ask for when we ...
Join the Rev. John Sundara to learn how the Episcopal Church is like other Christian churches and what makes our Anglican heritage unique. Time will be spent discussing “The Book of Common Prayer,” the Sacraments, and the Church’s history and polity. Adults have the opportunity to be prepared for confirmation or reception into the Episcopal Church by attending confirmation class. ...
Join us for 6 p.m. Sunday Holy Eucharist Rite One worship service in The Church.