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All services normally include the Holy Eucharist, also known as Communion or the Mass. Baptized Christians of any age and denomination are welcome to receive. Children are welcome in all services.
From Labor Day to Memorial Day. A combination of Evening Prayer and the Holy Eucharist in modern English with Music.
"Every Sunday at ordinary Episcopal churches, something extraordinary takes place. In a society in which tables of hospitality are mostly closed off to strangers, a public feast is held. You don’t need to buy a ticket to this meal. Not everyone necessarily knows each other; not everyone gets along perfectly, but they come together nonetheless. The food is simple stuff— bread and wine—about to become something more than itself. As the story is told and songs are sung, a change takes place. Hearts are lifted. The brokenness in the lives of each of the participants, and the brokenness of the world, is brought into focus. Healing begins to pour through it. Lives turned inward are opened outward. In the midst of the messiness and richness of this meal is the presence of Jesus, felt and known through the Spirit, tasted in the bread and wine, inviting us and the whole of the world into community with God."
- Zscheile, Dwight J. (2012-05-01). People of the Way: Renewing Episcopal Identity (Kindle Locations 824-830). Church Publishing Inc.. Kindle Edition.