Sunday Worship Schedule

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8:15 am • Holy Eucharist Rite II

A full service to begin Sunday. This service includes an opening hymn, two lessons with a responsively spoken Psalm, and Gospel followed by a sermon.

Full eucharist is offered each week, during which time the prayer station in the Narthex is available. The service closes with a recessional hymn.

11:00 am • Holy Eucharist Rite II

A joyous service that follows Christian Formation. This service includes an opening hymn, two lessons, a chanted Psalm, and Gospel. Just before the sermon, children through grade 5 are invited to Children’s Chapel, a specially designed age-appropriate worship experience.

Full eucharist is offered each week, during which time the prayer station in the Narthex is available. The service closes with a recessional hymn.

 

9:30am • Breakfast

Every Sunday morning, one of our Breakfast Teams hosts a delicious, homemade breakfast. The menu is different each week, and includes breakfast staples like eggs, grits, bacon, sausage, and more. There are also options for sensitive diets. Everyone is welcome and invited to breakfast.

$5 per adult • $1 per child • $15 family maximum

drop cash or check in the basket

 

8:00am - 12:00pm • Nursery

Nursery care is available every Sunday morning during worship, breakfast, and Christian Formation. Babies aged 3 months to children age 3 are welcome in the Nursery. There is no charge for nursery care. Our nursery is staffed with paid caregivers certified in CPR, BSL (basic life skills), and Safeguarding God’s Children.

We ask that you arrive a few minutes early to allow time to complete a Family File, meet our Nursery Caregivers, and feel comfortable before heading to Christian Formation or worship.

 

10:00am • Christian Formation

Christian Formation is our Sunday School time. Classes meet for 45 minutes across campus in Burtenshaw Hall and the church building. We have offerings for all ages and stages. See current formation offerings below. Visit Children, Youth, or Adults to learn more about programming.

 

CHILDREN


SPARK LECTIONARY-BASED CLASSES

All Children's Sunday School classes include a snack, craft or activity, and a thematic lesson that mirrors the revised common lectionary. We use the Spark Lectionary curriculum from Sparkhouse throughout the year.

UPPER ELEMENTARY | GRADES 3 - 5

Preschool Classroom E

Taught by Parents & Friends of Children's Ministry



LOWER ELEMENTARY | GRADES K - 2

Preschool Classroom D

Taught by Parents & Friends of Children's Ministry



PRE-K CLASS | AGES 3 - 5

Preschool Classroom C

Taught by Parents & Friends of Children's Ministry



NURSERY | UP TO AGE 3

Preschool Classroom G

Nursery care provided by A Friend of the Family

YOUTH


t.b.d. | think. believe. do.

Burtenshaw Hall Upper Level Lobby 

Facilitated by Lauren FitzHugh

This class combines middle school, high school, and college students. 


We'll journey through 5 units in this Sparkhouse curriculum, exploring different critical parts of faith. First, we'll think about the Bible like never before. Then, we'll move to Prayer Practice, and eventually dig into MissionSin, and Salvation. Donuts every Sunday morning. 

ADULTS


WHAT IT MEANS TO BE EPISCOPALIAN

Church Office

Facilitated by Tom Reynolds

This 8 week offering is a sequel to last fall’s “Episcopal 101” class. pics include The Daily Office, The Collects, Proper Liturgy and The Holy Eucharist.


DEVOTIONAL CHRISTIAN MEDITATION

Library Downstairs

This informal group studies the works of inspirational Christian writers, such as Cynthia Bourgeault and Richard Rohr.  As we begin our fall semester, we’ll reference the best-selling devotional text, “God Calling” by A.J. Russell.Mr. Russell offers daily messages designed to broaden and deepen our spiritual life.  Many of his passages relate closely to scripture, and most participants find peace and meaning in his missives.


R.E.S.P.E.C.T. CLASS

Cathedral Room or Classroom A

Tackling the social issues of the day, including racism, social equity, equality and capital punishment, the Respect class carefully examines each within the framework of scripture and the stated position of the Episcopal Church.  Past course resources include writings by Bryan Stevenson, Catherine Meeks, Dr. Martin Luther King and Gregory Boyle.Participants often gather on a Saturday evening for fellowship/viewing of related movies and documentaries.And last fall we spent a meaningful day at the Legacy Museum and The National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery, AL.


GREATER ISSUES SPEAKER SERIES

Burtenshaw Hall

Periodically, guest speakers, preachers, or lecturers will host a church-wide forum exploring faith-based issues in the modern world. Check the church calendar and eNews for details.