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The Episcopal Church recognizes seven sacraments. Baptism and the Holy Eucharist are the two “great sacraments of the Gospel.” The other sacraments differ from the two great sacraments in that, while they are also means of grace, they are not necessary for all persons in the same way Baptism and the Eucharist are. Confirmation, Ordination, Holy Matrimony, Reconciliation of a Penitent, and Unction of the Sick make up the five remaining sacraments. The...

Pastoral Care

While the Bible does not explicitly define the role of a Pastor, it does depict the Pastor as a shepherd caring for his flock. Shepherding involves protecting, tending to and caring for needs, feeding, restoring, comforting, and guiding. We then view this as our role to the congregation and hope to lead by example, guiding and encouraging our flock in their pursuit of holiness. Clergy are available to provide pastoral care during times of...

Adults

Bible Study Studying the Holy Scriptures is essential to the growth of Christians. Deeper knowledge and understanding of the Scriptures allow individuals to better discern the role of Christ in their daily lives. This Bible study group meets Wednesday evenings in the library. New participants are always welcome.   Laymen’s League All men of the Parish are welcome to join the Laymen’s League. Each Monday, the group meets in the Parish...

Youth

The church is responsible for educating our children about Jesus’ active and living presence in their lives. Like all our programs, the education program is rooted in Scripture, tradition, and reason. This program allows children to come together in pray, music, and developmentally appropriate curriculums that enhance their understanding of Jesus Christ. Our program is open to children ages 3 through high school. We begin Sundays at 9:00 am in the Parish Hall.

Children

Children ages 3 through 2nd grade meet with their parents at the 10:15 Sunday Eucharist. During the Gospel hymn, they follow the young crucifer or the day to their own chapel service. In chapel, we begin with the Our Father, while holding hands in a large circle. We then take a collection to be brought up to the altar. Each Sunday consists of a Gospel lesson presented in an interesting and age-appropriate way,...