8 am Holy Eucharist, no music
This service varies from traditional to more contemporary language, and is a quiet but relaxed service with scripture, sermon, prayer and communion.
10:15 am Holy Eucharist
Using contemporary language and a wide variety of music from traditional to contemporary, this service of scripture, sermon, prayer and communion celebrates the essential traditions of the church in a relaxed and joyful atmosphere.
An Adult Forum is offered between the services at 9:15 a.m.., and Church School for pre-school through high-school follows the 10:15 service.
A children’s sermon is offered at both services on the first Sunday of the month, September through June. On the third Sunday of the month, one of our Church School or Youth classes writes our prayers and helps lead the worship service.
Nursery care is offered during the 10:15 service.
Whether you know nothing about the Episcopal Church or you’re a “cradle Episcopalian,” all God’s people are welcome at Calvary and we hope you’ll feel right at home in our worship services.
Episcopalians use set prayers and responses for much of the service, with a pattern of worship that has been used among Christians for thousands of years, and is similar to Roman Catholic and Lutheran services. At most Calvary services, everything you need to participate will be printed in a worship bulletin.
We celebrate the Holy Eucharist, the sharing of Christ’s Body and Blood in bread and wine, at both services every Sunday, to nourish us for our work in the world. Baptized Christians of all ages and opinions are welcome at our altar to share Communion.
- The Lectionary (calendar of scripture readings for the Episcopal Church)
- The Book of Common Prayer online