We Worship God in All We Do

Worship is at the heart of all we do as Christians. Worship is our response to God's activity in our lives and in the world. We give thanks to God. In gratitude we gather for worship so pray, to sing, and to offer ourselves to participate in God's work in the world. We pray that all that we do -  not only as we gather for worship in church, but as we live our daily lives - will express our gratitude for God's goodness. Let all we do and say be an expression of our lives offered to God in worship.

Our Regular Worship Services

Sundays

8 AM | The Early Service. Holy Communion in the tradition of the Anglican Book of Common Prayer. Our Early Serive is simple meditative  service with a sermon and without music.

10:30 AM | The Choral Service. Choral Holy Eucharist in the best of the classic Anglican liturgical and choral traditions, with the St. Jude's Choir or the Gloria Singers, and occasionally our Children's Choir. A time of fellowship with coffee, tea, and/or cold drinks follows this service.

10:30 AM | The Summer Service. (From the middle of June through the first Sunday in September) Holy Eucharist in contemporary language with organ and hymns.  There will be a pick-up choir on ocassional Sundays.

On one Sunday each month (see Sunday's in the Events section)

4 PM | Jazz Vespers. An informal service of Evening Prayer with a jazz quartet and prayers for the evening. A brief reflection is offered. The first Sunday of most months.

4 PM | Choral Evensong. The classic Anglican service of Evensong offered by St. Jude's Evensong Choir. Normally on the third Sunday of the month (check Sundays in the Events section).

Wednesdays

10:30 AM | Holy Communion in the tradition of the Book of Common Prayer, with hymns and a sermon. Very occasionally, as announced, this service may be replaced with a form of Service of the Word.