Eucharist is our communion rite, in which all baptized Christians are invited to receive bread and wine, and others are invited to come forward for a blessing.
8 a.m. - Holy Eucharist (Rite I)
Intimate and concise, this chapel service follows the traditional Rite I language and includes a sermon and Holy Eucharist but no music.
9 a.m. - Holy Eucharist (Rite II)
This Rite II service (with formal but contemporary language) has something for all ages including music, children's homily, sermon, and Holy Eucharist.
11 a.m. - Holy Eucharist (Rite I)
This service held in the church follows the traditional Rite I language and includes a sermon and Holy Eucharist with rich music led by the Christ Church choirs.
5 p.m. - Celtic Eucharist
This meditative Celtic Eucharist features guest musicians, candlelight, sermon, poetic prayers from Enriching our Worship, and a more informal atmosphere.
A bit about our various liturgies
BCP Rite I
Uses Elizabethan English (i.e. thee, thy, thou) and hearkens back to the rich language of Thomas Cranmer, the original prayer book creator.
BCP Rite II
Uses modern language but retains the beautiful imagery of Rite I with more prayer options.
Uses inclusive and expansive language and builds upon the previous prayer forms.