The root of the word “liturgy” is “the work of the people.” Meaning all that happens in the sanctuary with the community who gathers works because of communal participation. The beautiful thing about this invitation to participate is that who we are and what we bring is enough because God meets us here! Parishioners are invited to take a role in leading worship on a weekly basis in a variety of capacities including as Lay Eucharistic Minister, Choir Member, Lay Reader, Greeter, Usher, Acolyte, Altar Guild, or Flower Guild. Please connect with the rector to learn more about serving in any of these capacities.
Sunday Morning Bells Rehearsing Today, Sept. 4
The members of Altar and Flower Guilds prepare the the sanctuary for all worship services. They clear the altar after each service and maintain the linens and vessels used in the services.
How can you contribute to our communal worship?
Altar flowers are dedicated as memorials of thanksgiving, in memory of, or in honor of loved ones. Dedications are placed in the weekly bulleti…Read More »