Our typical service follows the liturgy in the Anglican Book of Common Prayer. Like all liturgical worship, the service is designed to engage our whole bodies in worship as we sit, stand, kneel, and say the words of response. It includes a mixture of singing, prayer, hearing from God’s Word through Scripture reading and a sermon. Our service builds to its high point, the celebration of Holy Communion. We conclude with a time for sharing testimonies, prayer requests, and announcements, before singing our final song. A time of fellowship, including coffee and light refreshments, takes place after the service.
A printed bulletin is provided for each service, and it indicates when to respond to the words said by the celebrant. If you’re new to the liturgy, you might also be interested in an instructional liturgy bulletin prepared by our pastor, which explains why we say what we do in the liturgy.
If you’re new to liturgical worship, the best way to learn is to come experience it for yourself!