8 a.m. – Holy Eucharist Rite I (Chapel)
This service is intimate and concise and follows the traditional Rite I language. It includes a sermon and Holy Eucharist but no music.
10 a.m. – Holy Eucharist Rite II (Church)
This Rite II service, with formal but contemporary language, has something for all ages including music, sermon and Holy Eucharist.
5 p.m. – Celtic Eucharist (Church)
This meditative Celtic Eucharist features guest musicians, candlelight, a sermon, and a more informal atmosphere.
This is our communion rite, in which all baptized Christians are invited to receive bread and wine, anyone may come forward for a blessing during this time.