Each week we come together in community to worship. We sing, read from the Bible, pray together, and have Communion. While our history informs us and inspires us, it does not define us. We worship using the 1979 Book of Common Prayer as well as with supplemental liturgy. We also worship outside in good weather.
Occasionally, we celebrate a Celtic Eucharist. Rooted in ancient wisdom, this service is often accompanied by special music, such as harp, guitar or violin. We also celebrate the Feast of St. Andrew’s, accompanied by bagpipes.
We believe that God put the wiggle in children so that we may joyfully praise God! Children are a delight to us and most welcome here.