We have been called to heal wounds, to unite what has fallen apart, and to bring home those who have lost their way.

- Saint Francis of Assisi

 
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We Worship Together

 

St. Francis Of Assisi

Our aspirations for our community of faith are rooted in the tradition of The Episcopal Church and the joy of the Gospel, and are inspired by our patron, Saint Francis of Assisi.  Saint Francis heard God calling him in the Church of San Damiano to “go and rebuild my Church.”  Francis did this important work literally: brick by brick, but also spiritually by helping all people develop a greater compassion for one another and a deeper faith in God.  This is where our aspiration begins.  

We are called to go and rebuild the church. We are finding ways of being "church" that aren't just about worship.  You'll find our members kneeling in the garden weeding as well as at church on Sunday.  We pass the "peace", a sign of Christ's love, not only in church during worship, but with everyone who visits as we build peace together.  

We are finding ways to share the gift of grace that we have experienced in our lives so that all might be blessed by the love of Christ.

 

The Episcopal Church

We are Episcopalians: our worship is rooted in the Book of Common Prayer.  We sing hymns that are found in the hymnal and songs that unite us to other traditions.  

We believe that there is room for everyone with questions about faith to find a place to ask them in our church.  Attributed to St Francis: "we are called to heal wounds, to unite what has fallen apart and to bring home those who have lost their way."  Wherever you are on your journey of faith: know that you are welcome here.  

You're welcome to join us as we try to live into being the people Christ has called us to be: signs of love and grace in a world that is often difficult and broken. 

 

Questions?

If you would like more information about the Episcopal Church or about our community in particular, please fill out the form below or give us a call.  Our priest would love to share a cup of coffee with you or help you find your place here with us. 

Please know that you are always welcome: GLBTQ and straight folks; liberals and conservatives; atheists and agnostics; single people, couples, families of all sorts; all those who do not fit on this binary list...  come, discern, and build with us

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