Worship Services

Services at a Glance

  • 8:00 am Sundays, Rite I, Said Service

  • 10:00 am Sundays, Rite II, Sung Service

  • 5:30 pm Wednesday Eucharist

  • 2:00 pm, 1st Sunday of month at Meadow Ridge

Sunday mornings, 8 AM

This is a Rite One service of Holy Eucharist. That means it is in the traditional King's English.  It's also quiet and contemplative.  It's a wonderful way to start a Sunday.

Sunday mornings, 10 am  

This service of Holy Eucharist uses contemporary language, with music and hymns.  

Our church school program for kids in grades K-9 also begins at 10:00.  Kids begin the service with parents and then leave for their program right after the Collect.  They reenter the worship service at the Peace and receive Communion with their families.  We also provide a Nanny for little ones if parents feel they are too young to be in church.

Please know that we love the gentle noises of all God's children and that kids of all ages are always welcome in church - we have coloring books, puppets and quiet toys in the church narthex (lobby) for their entertainment.  

 We gather after the service for refreshments in our parish hall.


Holy Eucharist at meadow Ridge, first Sunday of each month at 2 pm

We meet at Meadow Ridge, our Redding Continuing Care Retirement Community, in Georgetown. We've begun to team up with Pastor Martha Klein-Larsen from St. Mark's in New Canaan and are pleased to share these services with St. Mark's.  All are welcome to attend -- whether or not you may be a resident of Meadow Ridge.  


jazz vespers:  spring and fall

 Full moon at Jazz Vespers. Photo by James Fleming.

Full moon at Jazz Vespers. Photo by James Fleming.

Jazz Vespers is a wonderful blend of lively jazz with thought-provoking and sometimes amusing readings, that weave around a central theme.  Some of our Jazz Vespers themes have included: Joy and Woe Are IntertwinedCelebrating Creativity,  Let's Move,  Lost and Found, It's Getting Hot In Here, and Tell Me What To Do .  The next Jazz Vespers will be held on Sunday, May 20, at 7 pm, followed by a reception.  All are welcome!