As a Church we welcome all to worship with us on Sundays and throughout the week. We are friendly and inclusive – children are always welcome.
Often called The Eucharist and The Liturgy, Holy Communion is the most common worship service in our Church. The service recalls and celebrates Jesus’ Last Supper with his disciples the evening before his death on the Cross, and encourages us as the Christian family today. As such the Eucharist is a sacrament of the Church, a channel of God’s love and grace in our lives.
The “Holy Eucharist” service is not the main service. Usually it’s scheduled at 8:00 a.m., to provide people with a quick, no-florid opportunity to get to a weekly Church service without to much “ado” about it. It’s often a 1662-style service with NO music, neither hymns or canticles. Typically, all the shorter options provided by the rubrics will be chosen, and any omissions allowed by the rubrics will be omitted. You’ll get the collect for purity, the collect of the day, the readings and the gospel, a short sermon, truncated prayers of the people comprising at minimum a prayer for the church, prayer of humble access and confession, the consecration and communion, and blessing.