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Due to the COVID-19 health crisis, we are only celebrating ONE Mass on Sunday Mornings. Our 9:15 AM Mass is a blended Mass combining the traditions of the Rite I Said Mass, with organ music and choristers.  (Masks are required)

 

Rite I Said Mass

The Said Mass is a traditional worship without song but still full of the traditions expected in an Anglo-Catholic parish. The service is followed by a fellowship coffee break where you may enjoy coffee, tea or juice and light refreshments.

Solemn High Mass

The richest Mass that can be celebrated is the Solemn High Mass. Celebrating this Mass weekly is a hallmark of our congregation and a significant part of our identity.  The continued dedication of the Choir, the Deacons, and the Acolytes make this service especially wonderful.  Sanctus bells and incense fill the air as the liturgy is chanted by the clergy.  The congregation sings the Kyrie, the Gloria, the Creed, the Sanctus, the Pater Noster, and the Agnus Dei.

Morning Prayer

7:30 AM Sunday through Thursday

Daily Said Mass

8:00 AM Monday through Thursday

Always a wonderful way to start a day, Mass emphasizes our duty to express the Life of Christ through the Eucharist. This mass is often a more intimate gathering of the faithful.

A Service of Healing with Holy Eucharist and Unction

Said Mass with emphasis on healing prayers and participants may receive the sacrament of unction.

Evensong and Benediction of The Blessed Sacrament

As Announced

A special service of reverence to the Blessed Sacrament using the monstrance with intonations by the choir. This service is celebrated roughly quarterly, aligning with the seasons of the church calendar.

Holy Day Masses

5:30 PM – Said Mass

6:30 PM – Solemn High Mass

Some of the Holy Days we observe with Solemn High Mass are Epiphany, Ascension, Assumption, and All Saints. We typically celebrate Annunciation, All Souls, and several Saints’ Days with a Said Mass.

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