are scheduled on the following Holy Days: The Baptism of Our Lord in January, the Easter Vigil
or Easter Sunday, the Feast of Pentecost (50 days after Easter),
and the Feast of All Saints (November 1).
You will be assisted in planning a funeral for your loved one with suggested scriptures, readings, and music.
Our hospitality team is available to help plan receptions. (during not COVID times only)
Confirmation classes are available
to those who have been baptized, and who would
like to know more about church history and worship in the Episcopal Church. You can
re-affirm your faith or be received from another denomination in the Episcopal Church
by taking this 8-week class which is scheduled twice each year.
A Eucharist Visit will be arranged for shut-ins, people who are sick and not able to come to church for a
period of time. People who are hospitalized are referred to a member of the Clergy.
If you wish to have your name or a loved one’s name placed on the Prayer list please e-mail
The Rev’d James L. Hobart
Please ask to have the names removed from the prayer list at conclusion of the issue.
If you or a loved one is dealing with an addiction please contact the Recovery Minister for anonymity and guidance.
Please call or e-mail The Recovery Minister directly.
Weddings will be schedule on an available date in the church calendar.