The first and most important responsibility of this church is our worship of God. We are a part of the Anglican Communion and our worship is guided by the rich tradition of that communion. Here are a few attributes of Anglican worship that we value:
First, our worship is reverent. Our procession with acolytes and cross, our liturgy and choir remind us that we are in the presence of the Holy God, the great King of Kings and the Lord of Lords.
Second, our worship is historic. Rather than following the latest fad, our worship deliberately connects us to our past. We are committed to perpetuating the time-tested treasure of Anglican worship.
Third, our worship is beautiful. The well-crafted prayers, simple ceremony, songs and hymns led by choir, instrumentalists and organ all add to the beauty of Anglican worship.
Finally, our worship is congregational. Worship is not a spectator event, nor is the congregation an audience. Rather we are active, contributing participants in worship.
Our morning services alternate between Holy Communion, celebrated on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays of the month, and Morning Prayer on the 2nd and 4th Sundays. While some may find it unusual that we do not celebrate communion every Sunday, Morning Prayer has historically been the principle service of an Anglican Church, with Holy Communion celebrated less frequently.