Holy Eucharist/Mass

The Holy Eucharist / Holy Mass

Sunday by Sunday we gather about the altar where we bring "ourselves, our souls and bodies" to receive the grace of God's goodness found in the sacrament of bread and wine, Christ's body broken and poured out. At Church of the Epiphany and Christ Church, everyone is welcome and invited to receive Holy Communion, from the youngest to the oldest, from long-time members to guests just dropping in to see what we're all about.

We are a "come as you are" church: you don't have to get all dressed up to join us; Jesus didn't! So wear a suit and tie if that's your style but also don't feel intimidated if you prefer jeans and a tee shirt: all are welcome!

Sunday Morning Services at 8 and 10
The 8 o'clock service is a quiet celebration of Holy Communion in the chapel and includes a sermon but no music. This service usually lasts about 45 minutes.

The 10:00 Sunday morning Holy Eucharist/Mass is our principal celebration at the main altar. It includes organ, hymns and other music led by our choir and occasional guest instrumentalists. This service usually ends about 11:30. Greet old friends and meet new ones during the reception in the Parish Hall following the service.

Tuesdays at Five Past Noon
Join us for a celebration of Mass on Tuesdays at 12:05 PM in the Egbert-Plaskett Memorial Chapel of Christ the King. A regular contingent of parishioners is often joined by workers in nearby offices on their lunch break and others in the community. The service end by 12:35 PM. All are welcome!