If you are looking for a small group Sunday worship experience where everyone knows your name, then the 8AM Rite II Eucharist might suit you just fine. Worship happens “in the round” with a shared sense of intimacy and spiritual purpose. The service, including the sermon lasts for about 45 minutes. Coffee hour at this service is always lively and fun.
In a similar vein, the Wednesday morning Rite II Eucharist at 7.30AM happens “in the round” and has a strong teaching focus. Every week we explore the life of the particular saint of the day. The service last about 30 minutes and is followed by a cooked sit down breakfast for those who can stay.
If you are looking for a more “under the radar” entry point, then you’re better off attending the larger 10AM Eucharist. During the lazy days of summer we use a liturgy drawn from the New Zealand Prayer Book. At other times of the year we draw upon liturgies from the Episcopal Church, the Church of South India, the Church of England and the Scottish Episcopal Church. The service lasts about an hour and ten minutes and is followed by Coffee hour in the Parish Hall.