Every Friday at 6:30 P.M. during Lent - we offer Stations of the Cross and Benediction of the Holy Sacrament. Though brief in length (less than one hour), these beloved devotions have blessed the people of God for centuries, and they continue still.
Our next Adult Education series starts on Sunday at 10 AM! The first class in this 5 week series is Episcopal History. For more information, click the link in the bio!
On February 14 (Ash Wednesday), we will be distributing ashes all day in the Holy Family chapel. Our three masses are at 8:00 AM (said mass) 12:10 PM (said mass with hymns) and 6:30 PM (solemn mass). Confessions will be heard by appointment.
Join us on Shrove Tuesday (February 13) at 5:30 P.M for our pancake dinner immediately followed by our cabaret talent show at 7 P.M. in Guild Hall! All are welcome!
Dont forget -this friday at 7:30 p.m. Claudia Dumschat is playing an organ concert to raise money for the Boys' and Girls' Choirs trip to England this summer. Get your tickets with the link in the bio!
The final class in our Adult Education series on Anglo-Catholicism is this Sunday. We welcome you to join us at 10 AM in Guild Hall!
Just two weeks until the Diocesan Celebration of Blessed Absalom Jones! You can read more about this special feast day on our latest blog, written by parishioner Philip Spivey. The link is in the bio!
Join us this Sunday for a special Adult Education class! Members of our congregation and clergy will be leading a forum on Anglo-Catholic spirituality.
Our Adult Education classes on Anglo-Catholicism continues on Sunday at 10 AM. We hope you can join us!
Missed mass on Sunday? You can always hear the sermon on our website! Go to the worship section to find Fr. Cheng's sermon Can Anything Good Come Out of Nazareth?
Tomorrow's mass will be offered with a special intention of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King. Please join us for our masses at 8:30, 11, and 5 P.M.
Our Adult Education series on Anglo-Catholicism starts this week! Our series begins Sunday at 10 AM with Richard Mammana hosting a forum on The Oxford Movement and the English Church.