Holy Eucharist, 10:00 a.m. Sunday.
What to expect if you’re visiting:
We get together at 10 a.m. in person and on Zoom (links on home page) for an hour to share in the Eucharist, a Greek word meaning “to give thanks.” We share a symbolic meal that re-members the last meal Jesus shared with his followers. We change up the rites of the liturgy to keep the services fresh, and to explore more expansive ways of engaging with God and each other in our time together.
This experience reminds us of what love looks like: being fed, and then feeding others. We are fed in the bread and wine, in the ancient words of our sacred scriptures, and in hearing encouraging words from our clergy.
Like any good dinner party, if you come in the doors, you are welcome to eat with us, and we invite you to stay after the service for coffee hour, where we can get to know each other better!