We hope that you will come and visit us soon, but don't feel you have to dress up.  Whatever makes you comfortable is fine with us.

Adjusted Worship Time for Summer 2019

Starting Sunday, May 26 and running through August 4, the regular 10:45 celebration of Holy Eucharist will move to 10 am. The 8:15am worship time will remain the same. We hope you enjoy this adjustment and will delight in being able to get back out into God's beautiful creation a bit earlier on these summer Sundays.

The schedule for Summer 2019 (May 26 - August 4) will be:

8:15 am - Holy Eucharist
10:00 am - Holy Eucharist
5:00 pm - Santa Eucaristía

There is a nursery for children ages 4 and under available from 9:45 am to 11:30 am.

Regular Sunday Service Times

8:15 AM    Holy Eucharist: Rite Two
9:45 AM    Christian Education is offered for all ages between services
10:45 AM  Holy Eucharist: Rite Two

There is a nursery for children ages 4 and under available from 9:00am to 12:30pm.

5:00 PM     Santa Eucaristía

Parking

The entrance to the church parking lot is off of Midvale Road.  There is an upper parking lot for visitors and those with mobility issues.  Two visitor spots are available in this lot for your use on the first few visits to out church.  Take advantage of them.  Should they both be taken and if you are able bodied, we invite you to park in the lower lot and take a stroll over one of the bridges and enjoy the grounds.

Sit, Stand, or Kneel?

You will see that we do all of these things at various times.  But do not feel compelled to follow along.  If you are more comfortable seated, that is fine.

Holy Eucharist (Communion)

God's table is open to all.  If you wish to partake of The Lord's Supper (Holy Eucharist), you will be directed to the altar area by the ushers.  You may stand or kneel.  Hold your hands out, palms up to receive the Bread. If you need gluten free bread, please ask, it is always available.  You may dip your bread in the wine (intinction) or eat the bread and sip from the Cup.  If you would rather receive a blessing, cross your arms in front of your chest and the priest will offer a blessing.