Sunday service is now being held with safe distancing and wearing masks.
Our Sunday service (Eucharist/Communion/Mass) is held at 9:00 a.m. We enjoy "Testimony Time" to share some special happening in our lives. Our service is followed with a relaxed coffee/fellowship time.
Sermons are recorded and may be accessed on Facebook.
Click to access our Holy Week Services.
Our music leader, Sarah Rose, is a talented pianist and vocalist.
Bible study will resume in October.
Our Bible Study, we call "Discovering the Bible Again," is held each week after our Sunday service and fellowship. We meet in a lower level room of parish hall at 10:45, following fellowship.
We are currently studying Acts of the Apostles, led by Fr. Vern.
First Saturday evening at 7:00 pm, we have a Healing Prayer service, led by Fr. Vern.
Held at Parish Hall at 8:00a on the first Saturday of the month, all parish men are invited.
We have a Prayer Tent, typically at Five Points parking lot, on the 3rd Saturday of the month, 10:00a - 2:00p. All parishioners are welcome to join us for prayer, as well as anyone who would like prayer. This is a very rewarding ministry; many people stop in for prayer and some come back later to tell of prayers being answered.
The Diocese of Mid-Atlantic has published an article in their November 2019 newsletter, The Mid-Atlantic Messenger, about our prayer tent. You may read it here.
Our Women's Fellowship group meets the 2nd Thursday of the month at 6:30p at members' houses on a rotating basis. It is a time of good
fellowship and prayer and discussion of how we may enrich our spiritual lives.
Each Lenten season, we hold a "Meager Meal"--a dinner of soup and bread, prepared and enjoyed by parish members. Our dinner is followed with a Lenten Program led by Fr. Vern.
Meal at 6:30p and Lenten Program at 7:00p.
Click to access this year's Lenten Activities.
Our Advent Season also features a "Meager Meal" of soup and is followed with an interesting program to guide us through Advent.
Meal at 6:30 with "Advent Teaching Series" at 7:00p.
This past Advent season, we studied Rick Warren's "The Purpose of Christmas."