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Ministry: Sharing God's Gifts and Love
"We reach out with joy and acceptance in worship and ministry, inviting all to experience and share God's gifts and abundant love as we grow in Christ."
In 2010, we completed a strategic planning process that resulted in the mission statement above, as well as in the following core values. We pray you will come visit us to see how we really live out these values in our life together!
Our Core Values
WORSHIP: We value diverse, spirit-filled worship, ranging from traditional to contemporary, grounded in the Word and Sacraments and based on faith and prayer.
FELLOWSHIP: We value coming together and fostering friendships in a loving and joyful community centered in Christ.
HOSPITALITY: We invite and embrace our neighbors, newcomers and visitors in the spirit of Christ.
OUTREACH: Responding to Christ's teachings and call, we offer ourselves to the wider community to serve those in need.
PASTORAL CARE: We are a compassionate community that expresses the love and healing power of Christ, supporting one another with hope and encouragement.
INCLUSION: As a diverse community, we embrace one another in a spirit of love, acceptance, and friendship, providing opportunities for all to participate in worship and ministry.
CHRISTIAN FORMATION: We embrace the desire to know God and understand our faith by providing opportunities for life long learning and growth while supporting one another in our spiritual journey.
STEWARDSHIP: We embrace the need to be good stewards of all the gifts, of “time, talent and treasure” entrusted to us for building up God's Kingdom. We seek to embrace the tithe as the biblical standard of giving.
Many of our adult and young women are members of an international religious order. For more information, visit:
The Daughters of the King. Our Junior Daughters of the King Chapter consists of young women through age 21.
Lay Eucharistic Ministers
Lay Eucharistic Visitors
Sunday Service Video Streaming
Godly Play (3 years-third grade)
Tweens (4th-5th grade)
Episcopal Youth Community (EYC)
Sunday Adult Forum
Fall Formation Wednesdays
Wednesday Night Bible Study
Fall Pledge campaign
Spring Ministry Fair
Ladies High Tea
Buildings & Grounds
Kairos Prison Ministry
Home Again Men's Shelter monthly dinner
CCHASM food pantry
Hospitality & Inclusion
St. David’s 101
Visitors to Sick and Shut-in
Prayer Shawl Ministry