Worship Services Explained
There are five (5) different worship services held each week at Grace in the Desert.
Wednesday Night Healing Eucharist
from 6:00 to 6:30pm.
This service offers a brief homily, a healing service including individual prayer and a Eucharist and is held in the Chapel inside the narthex(lobby) and to the right. No music.
Friday Morning Prayer
from 9:00 to 9:30am.
Using the Liturgy for Morning Prayer in the Book of Common Prayer the service provides for intercessions and shared readings. No music. Also held in the Chapel.
Saturday Evening Contemporary Service
from 5:00 to 6:00pm.
This service offers a more contemporary liturgy and Eucharist. It is a full service and includes a homily. Music is provided by Bare Bones and friends. This service is designed for people who are not available to attend church on Sunday and those who prefer a less traditional worship experience and is held in the Church (Sanctuary).
Sunday Morning Service
from 8:00 to 9:00am.
This is a spoken Liturgy and Eucharist and contains only recorded music prior to the service.
Sunday Morning Traditional Choral Service
from 10:30 am.
This is a traditional service that includes traditional music. The presiding priest usually sings portions of the liturgy. The Psalms is lead by the choir and responded to by the congregation. Most often Baptisms are held during this service.
Coffee hour is offered following both of the Sunday services.