Taste and see that the Lord is good. Psalm 34:8
continues to dwell among us in the life of the Church through simple, material acts, is at the very heart of Anglican Christian life and worship. And so, Anglican worship involves the whole person: heart, mind, soul and body.
The Book of Common Prayer, the gift of the English Reformation to the Church, is the standard for Anglican/Episcopal worship. It enables our worship to be less about what a priest does for a congregation, than what we do together, as Christís Body, and what Christ does in his Body, for the life of the world.
The rhythm and content of Anglican life worship is the same as that followed by the Church through the centuries, sanctifying (making holy) time through the Daily Office and the Church year, and sanctifying life and creation through the Sacraments—the Holy Eucharist (also known as the Mass, the Holy Communion or the Lordís supper) being "the principle act of Christian worship on the Lord's Day and other major Feasts..." (The Book of Common Prayer p.13).
7:45 am Morning Prayer
8:00 am said Holy Eucharist with organ and hymns
10:00 am Sung Eucharist with Hymns
Child care is provided during the 10:00 am Mass
9:00 am Morning Prayer
9:15 am Holy Eucharist with anointing and prayer for healing
Feast days and occasions of special observance, Mass and other liturgies as announced and posted on this site.
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