Our Worship Ministry members faithfully read scripture and prayers and offer wine at Communion during our worship. Other members, Lay Eucharistic Visitors, take Communion to members who are unable to come to church. Anyone who feels called to serve in worship should contact Jim Bedell at firstname.lastname@example.org to be a reader or chalice minister, or Phyllis Bess at email@example.com to be a Lay Eucharistic Visitor.
At the 5pm Saturday service during the season of Lent , we will be having a quiet, more contemplative and slower-paced Eucharist in the Taizé tradition. Taizé (pronounced Teh-ZAY) worship offers a peaceful way to pray, using chants, silent meditation, and scripture readings. The worship offers a wonderful opportunity to be silent and center on the Lord. Come as you are and be a part of it!
The Eucharist is a “family meal” where we are communing with God. It is here where our spirits are enlivened by God’s Spirit. We are also eating with one another. To eat any meal together is to meet at the level of our most basic need and humanness, which involves not...