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Wednesdays at 10:30 am in the Chapel


Between Labor Day and Memorial Day, we gather in the Chapel at 10:30 am on Wednesday mornings for a Mid-Week Holy Eucharist Service with healing prayers. The Rite II service contains the usual readings, a shared sermon, and communion, as well as the laying on of hands and anointing for those in need of healing.


The Episcopal Church's understanding is that through the laying on of hands and the administering of the sacrament of unction (anointing of oil), God's healing grace is bestowed upon the sick and needy. God's healing and grace is available for all conditions of humanity. The healing signifies a restoration to wholeness for individuals seeking the sacrament of unction. And through the celebration of God's mysteries, we become participants in the divine, whether a cure is the ultimate outcome or not.

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First Wednesday

6:30 pm

We offer a monthly Taizé service the first Wednesday of each month at 6:30pm in the Chapel led by Father Phil Mason.


Join us for this beautiful meditative prayer service.

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