Sundays at 10:30 a.m.
Traditional Episcopal worship has lots of music, scripture, prayer and reflection. We draw liturgy and music from around the globe.
During the summer months, when life is less structured, the questions and wiggles of little ones bring life to the mix in the activities corner during service.
ALL are welcome!
Sundays at 9:00 a.m.
(Start up September 10, 2017)
worship.together is a brief, participatory service for families with young children. Specifically designed with 0-5 year-olds in mind, this half-hour service helps engage children in story, song and prayer while helping to develop their sense of God. The service includes singing, a gospel story, liturgy, interactive prayers, and communion. Children (and parents/caregivers!) are invited to sit on the floor to experience the service firsthand, and participate in many aspects of the service by carrying the processional cross, assisting with serving communion, and offering their own prayers of intercession. Happy chatter and joyful wiggles are most welcome!
For more information, please contact Donna Maree at email@example.com
Friday, August 11, 2017 6:00PM
Fundraiser Dinner at St. Simon the Cyrenian Church. Dinner can be ordered ahead and picked up or eat-in. On the menu will be fired fish platter or sandwich, fired shrimp, mussels or steamed crab. All prepared by our friend, Chef Paul Jackson. Let's go as a group to show our love and support!!! See Donna.
Sunday, August 13, 2017 4:00PM
Book discussion: Rector will hold a book discussion on Waking up White by Debby Irving. At the Public Forum in response to the hate incident recently, a list of suggested books to read was circulated. This one is the recounting of one White woman's journey into the awareness of racism within herself and the society. It is a deeply spiritual and self-aware journey that I recommend. It needs to be processed so get the book, start reading and plan to come next Sunday at 4!
Jay Sidebothom is an Episcopalian who has been entertaining us with his cartoons for decades. Many of us know the Lenten journey poster we use each year and the wall calendar in my office with a theme for the month. Please enjoy his work this summer:
(I still support our neighborhood Good Karma and that has its own possibilities!))
Glory to God whose power, working in us, can do more than we can ask or imagine.