Members of the Episcopal branch of the Jesus movement follow the way of Jesus Christ in both our worship and mission. Our form of worship has been described as a “via media” or “middle way” between Protestant and Roman Catholic doctrine, but a broad spectrum of theological views is represented within the Episcopal Church.
Our primary worship text is the Book of Common Prayer of the Episcopal Church (1979), supplemented with other resources. We are a “sacramental” church, honoring the importance of scripture but emphasizing the primacy of community through the Holy Eucharist.
Both of our Sunday services follow Rite II of the Book of Common Prayer (BCP). Our 8 a.m. service is more meditative and does not include music. Our 10 a.m. service includes a full choir. On one Sunday per month at our 10 a.m. service we have a Family Service, which includes simpler and more familiar music, more participation by families and children, a Children’s Homily, and the participation of the children at the altar blessing the bread and wine.
Our service times are:
8 and 10 a.m. on Sundays and
10 a.m. on Wednesdays (followed by Bible study)