We are a “liturgical” church, which means that we follow the ancient pattern of Christian worship: readings from scripture, sermon, prayers, and Holy Communion. Worship leaders wear liturgical vestments. Our style is quite informal, however, and while a few worshipers may wear traditional Sunday dress clothes, most are more casually dressed.

At 8:00 AM we have a traditional language spoken service (Rite I) with no music. At 9:30 AM the service is modern language (Rite II), with hymns and anthems that are both traditional and modern, accompanied by piano and organ. “Godly Play,” a Montessori-based children’s program, takes place during the first part of this service.