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Worship


Worship acts as the foundation of Christian community.  As we gather to pray and to praise, to hear the Word of God, and to receive the sacraments together, we deepen our relationship with God, and strengthen our ties to one another.  Perhaps most importantly, through worship we become more fully the people that God calls us to be in the world.  In this menu, you will find resources and information for worship and prayer in and through St. Margaret's. 

 

 

"Worship the Lord your God
with all your heart, and with all your mind, and with all your strength."



There's more than one way to worship God at St. Margaret's Episcopal Church.  In our Sunday services you'll find faithful preaching, the nourishment of Holy Communion, and a warm community where everyone is welcome.  Choose from the opportunities below to exercise your love for God, and to strengthen your faith in heart, mind, and soul.

 
 

8:00 a.m. 


Early on Sundays, a small community gathers for a simple and quiet service of Holy Communion.  As the week dawns, take time to be quiet and still, to pray and reflect, and to receive the gift of Sacrament.


9:00 a.m.


This service is a multi-generational gathering that is fully inclusive of children.  It is a 45-minute casual service, with a children's lesson, as well as a brief sermon for adults.  Lift your hearts to God each week with song and prayer in a loving community.


 

11:00 a.m.


This is our fullest expression of the beauty, substance, and depth of worship in the Episcopal tradition.  Children have the option to leave after the Gospel for their own age-appropriate lesson.  Classic hymns with organ and choir, a full complement of scripture readings, and sermon, will nourish your mind as well as your soul and spirit.

6:30 p.m.


Join us on Sunday evenings for a brief and beautiful service of Evening Prayer.  Most of the year (weather and light permitting) this service takes place outdoors around the fountain at the Columbarium and Memorial Garden.  During the winter months, we gather in the sanctuary.  Evening Prayer lasts about 20 minutes, and it's a lovely way to conclude a Sunday and begin the week ahead.