Worship with us this Sunday!

December 13, 2013 | from admin No Comments

7:45 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Rite I

This is a quiet, contemplative service with no music.

“Holy Eucharist” refers to the sacrament also known as Holy Communion or, in the Roman Catholic tradition, the Mass.  All baptized Christians will be invited to come forward to the altar to receive the bread and wine.  Those not yet Baptized, or those who simply prefer not to receive the bread and wine are invited to come forward for a blessing.

Rite I refers to our version of Holy Eucharist that uses more traditional language, like “Thee” in reference to God.

This service typically lasts a little less than an hour.

 

9:00 a.m.  Adult Christian Education

We are currently studying the Epistle to the Ephesians.

We also offer a variety of mid-week Bible studies. Click here for more information.

Other adult classes and workshops are held at various times during the year. Topics, dates, times and locations are announced in the Sunday bulletin or our monthly newsletter, The Good News.  Additional information is available from the parish office.

 

10 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Rite II

This is a service designed for all ages and includes a variety of contemporary and traditional music.  During the first half of the service, children ages 3 through the sixth grade have the opportunity to go to Children’s Chapel or Sunday School, or they are welcome to stay with their parents.  Nursery care is provided for younger children.

“Holy Eucharist” refers to the sacrament also known as Holy Communion or, in the Roman Catholic tradition, the Mass.  All baptized Christians will be invited to come forward to the altar to receive the bread and wine.  Those not yet Baptized, or those who simply prefer not to receiv the bread and wine are invited to come forward for a blessing.

“Rite II” refers to our version of the service that uses more contemporary language.

This service typically lasts about 1 hour, 20 minutes.

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