We have two services on Sunday.
8 a.m. is a said Eucharist, which means there is no music used during the service. We use the Rite II liturgy found in the red Book of Common Prayer for this service. If you want something quiet and meditative this may be the service for you.
10 a.m. is a sung Eucharist, with a choir. While we use the same Rite II liturgy from the book of common prayer, all the parts of the liturgy, and the service music have been compiled into a single worship booklet. The only things that change are the readings (found in a seperate bulletin and read out loud to the congregation) and the hymns, listed on the hymn boards and in the bulletin, and are sung out of the blue 1982 hymnal.
Thursday Evenings we have a Eucharist at 7 p.m. It is a simple and short service for those seeking spiritual refreshment during the week.
Throughout the year, other Eucharists are held on Special Feast days.
Weekly in Advent and Lent there is a Wednesday Service at 6 p.m. followed by a forum and soup supper.