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Worship Services

 

Sunday worship

7:45 a.m.   Holy Eucharist

This spoken Eucharist employs traditional language (Rite I) from The Book of Common Prayer
approximately 45 minutes 

 

9:00 a.m.   Holy Eucharist

This Eucharist has a steady pace and energy, with two readings and accompaniment by our Intergenerational Choir. Children's Chapel (a sermon alternative) is geared towards children age 3 and up. Youth under 3 are welcome to attend with a parent. Those who wish to participate leave after the Gospel reading and return during the Peace.
approximately 60 minutes  I  Nursery open for infants-3 year olds

 

Note: Sunday School & Adult Formation classes are held at 10:15 a.m.

 


11:15 a.m.    Holy Eucharist

This liturgy has a contemplative quality, three readings, and honors the tradition of fine choral singing with hymns and psalms led by St. Paul’s Adult Choir. ABC Choir (a sermon alternative) is offered for children ages 4-8 on select dates. Those who wish to participate process to the church building directly from their Sunday School rooms and return to the service during the Peace.
approximately 75 minutes  I  Nursery open for infants-3 year olds

 

 

4:00 p.m. choral evensong (on select dates)

Evensong is one of the oldest services in the Anglican Church. It dates back to the original Prayer Book of 1549 written by Thomas Cranmer. To create Evensong, Cranmer combined the monastic offices of Vespers (sung at sunset) and Compline (sung just before bedtime) into one rite to be sung in the evening. The structure of Evensong is closely related to Morning Prayer (Matins). Lessons from the Old and New Testaments combine with psalms and canticles to provide a biblical base for our worship. The Apostles' Creed, the Collects and other prayers complete this liturgical expression of praise.

Evensong reflects the great Christian tradition that singing is the normative form for liturgical expression. Evensong is a beautiful and sacred method of giving praise to the Lord. The tradition of daily liturgical prayer puts us in touch with our Judaic and Christian roots. As we raise our voices to the Lord, think about participating in a tradition that goes back thousands of years—a tradition that is alive and well today.

 

WednesdayS

8:00 a.m.   Holy Eucharist & Healing Service

This spoken service uses The Book of Common Prayer and is held in the Chapel. The laying on of hands for healing is an optional offering; a priest will pray with and anoint those who wish.
approximately 45 minutes

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