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Schedule of Services

Marking the days and seasons in Christian community is a tradition as ancient as the Church itself. We follow the patterns of feast and fast, we commemorate the saints who teach us more about God’s love for us, and we celebrate God in Christ present with us in the Sacrament. In these actions we are conforming our lives more and more with God’s deepest longing for us, which is to be united in his purpose, which is nothing other than Love itself.

A regular and stable pattern of worship is important because people can then make attendance at Mass or the Office a part of their own spiritual practice. Over the next year, the rector expects to reestablish a pattern of daily Morning and Evening Prayer and daily Eucharist. Please watch this space as we add services to the daily round.

Sunday Schedule (September - June)
8:00 A.M. Low Mass
9:00 A.M. Sung Mass
10:10 A.M. Christian Education for children and adults
11:00 A.M. Solemn Mass

Professional babysitting available 9:00 A.M. — 1:00 P.M.

Please join us for Coffee Hour in the undercroft
after each Mass.

Weekday Services

Wednesday: 6:00 P.M. Evening Prayer; 6:30 P.M. Healing Mass

Feast days and national holidays as announced

The clergy are available to hear confessions
at any time by appointment.

For this week’s services and events, click here.

All our Masses are celebrated according to the use of the Book of Common Prayer (1979)
and follow the order for the Holy Eucharist, Rite 1.
Our liturgies are supplemented, to the extent allowed by the rubrices of the Prayer Book,
by materials drawn from the rich heritage of the Anglican and Catholic Traditions.

Whether you come for Solemn High Mass, with incense and the full choir, for a simple Low Mass in the Lady Chapel, we hope you will feel welcome. Please introduce yourself to one of the clergy and we want to remind you that, according to the practice of the Episcopal Church, all Baptized persons are welcome to receive the Sacrament of Holy Communion.