Just as Jesus Christ was fully human and fully divine, so too is our worship both holy and embodied. Gathering together, sharing the pew with folks, praying and singing with one another, and receiving the Eucharist together is part of our call as the Church. Each week on Sunday morning at 8:00 and 10:15 (at 9:00 during summer until Labor Day), we gather to worship Christ in the Holy Liturgy. Our worship is founded on readings from Holy Scripture, reflective in sermon, prayers, and Reconciliation, and culminates in the sharing of the Most Blessed Sacrament of the Eucharist. In this worship, we are lifted by the Spirit to God so that we may be transformed into the likeness of Jesus Christ and may go out into the world to follow the Spirit and serve those in need.
The covid pandemic taught us that easy and simple precautions can help immensely to help check the spread of any illness, but a pandemic or the common cold. As Jesus cared for those most in need, we too look to ways that we can help prevent the most vulnerable among us from contracting deadly viruses. Our regulations are the following:
If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to our parish administrator or rector.