Tidbits for a New Seedling
to our Church
- What kind of services can I attend?
The second service starts at 10am and runs about an hour. The worship includes music along with a more traditional format of a procession, recession, a verger, and a choir (people in robes walking down the aisle or near the altar, possibly singing a hymn).
There are also services during the week, starting with Morning Prayer at 8:30am via Facebook and Zoom Monday through Friday.
On Wednesdays, we have a mid-week worship service at 12pm via Zoom to help you get through the rest of the week, and lasts about 30 minutes. Another time of worship on Wednesday is 8pm when we have Compline through our Facebook page, which lasts about 15-20 minutes.
Thursdays offer a 12pm Holy Eucharist and Healing service in the Nave of our beautiful place of worship that goes for about 45 minutes. This service brings a peaceful aura to offer a time to pray, heal, forgive, and ease your mind and spirit.
- What do I have to do?
- Do I bring anything?
Donations, offerings are welcome at the individual's discretion, but not expected. We do not push for any monetary givings as that is not what worship and fellowship is about in this tree.
Sunday school is open when there are children present and the teacher is at the service. Please inquire when you come in for the service!
- How can I get involved?
The branches around the worship services can include Acolytes, Altar Guild (setting up for the service or cleaning up after the service), Usher, Coffee Hour assistant, joining the Choir, joining the Tech Crew, and Lay Readers.
Outside the worship services, there are branches that provide assistance to maintain our place of worship and property (including the Parish Hall). There are Lay Weeders who help maintain the landscaping throughout the year and Property Stewards to ensure the care and repairs of both our place of worship and our Parish Hall building.
But wait, there's more! We also have branches reaching out to the community that are always welcoming volunteers. In our Parish Hall, a Soup Kitchen is help several times a week to offer food for anyone in need of nutrition to keep moving forward. There is also a Clothing Closet that offers clothing for anyone in need for warmth and general protection of their bodies.
- What is your music like?
- What do I wear?