The Sacraments

The central way the church cares for its congregation and the world is through providing liturgies and rituals that offer ways to understand the world. The page offers a basic understanding of what we do.

The Holy Eucharist

The church gathers together weekly to remember Jesus Christ and the stories that formed him. We ritually remember the last meal he had with the disciples by paying attention to the spirit's presence. It is our central time to worship and meet. 

The Eucharist comes in two parts. In the first, we gather for reflection and teaching. This includes a sermon given by the priest. In the second part,  we remember Christ as we gather as the first disciples did. Sunday services last about an hour.

It is our practice that anyone who is a good faith member of tradition that baptizes in the name of the Trinity is welcome to participate by receiving the elements (receiving the bread and wine as the Body and Blood of Christ), in the second part of the celebration.

Confirmation, Reception and Reaffirmation

If you have been baptized and want to either deepen your faith or be a part of a Anglican communion, please be in touch with us. Being confirmed is not a requirement for participating in the life of the church.  However, reception into the Episcopal / Anglican tradition is required for anyone who wants to govern the church.

The Rite of Reconciliation, or Confession. 

If you are suffering from anxiety, a personal burden, shame or guilt, sometimes sharing your story confidentially is what you need. We also provide anointing for those who are ill. Sometimes a friendly priest is exactly who you need to talk to. We can arrange an appointment, or on selected days during Lent, the priest has office hours.


The Priest anoints to those who are ill, near death, or seeking spiritual wholeness.