Our principal act of worship is called "Eucharist," Sometimes called Holy Communion, Mass, or the Lord's Supper.  We like the word "Eucharist" not only because it is an ancient name for what we do, but because it comes from the Greek word of "thanksgiving," which is the primary thing we do week by week.  Click here to learn about the seasons of the church year.


  • 8:00 am | Holy Eucharist (no music)
  • 10:00 am | Holy Eucharist
  • 5:00 pm | Dignity-Integrity (Eucharist 1st & 3rd Sundays)


  • 12:05 pm | Holy Eucharist (in the Chapel)


  • 5:15 pm | Evening Prayer (in the Chapel)
Feast Days (when they occur on Tuesday through Friday)
  • 12:05 pm | Holy Eucharist (in the Chapel)
Major Feasts & Parish Festivals

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