As Charles Price and Louis Weil offer in their reflection on liturgy: “Worship is our human response to the holy God…This response of faith cannot be conceived in individualistic terms. The response of faith is a personal response within the community of faith, the church, gathered in the unity of the Spirit. The unity of the church is thus not an organizational option; it is a divine imperative.” When in prayer we join our voice with those of our parish family, the whole company of heaven gathers with us.Our voices and the call of our God shape us, forming us as we form our petitions and our praises.
Sunday, 10:00 am: Choral Holy Eucharist, Rite II
We are an open and affirming community that welcomes people from all walks of life. We use the red Book of Common Prayer as we pray and worship. The scripture readings come from the Revised Common Lectionary – three cycles of Biblical readings followed by many denominations in the Christian tradition.