St. Edward’s is Alive. . . In so many ways. . .
Join us in worship on Sundays, via our pre-recorded online services and our Live streaming services, via St. Edward’s YouTube Live Channel, as well as in our Daily Messages we post on our website (under “recent posts and news”).
We are all in this together!
8:00 AM – Holy Eucharist Rite I
10:15 AM – Holy Eucharist Rite II
9:10 AM – Contemporary Service – 2nd Sunday of every month (except June-August)
Children’s Nursery – 9:05 – 11:15 am ( Sundays for Children up to Age 4 )
** Four times per year, months that have 5 Sunday’s, St. Edward’s has one service at 9:15 AM. We think of this as a “unity” opportunity to bring parishioners together who typically worship at either the 8 AM Rite I or 10:15 AM Rite II service. It is followed by a fellowship hour where we update the parish on happenings and where the vestry is available to answer any questions parishioners may have.
WEDNESDAY SERVICES – Temporarily suspended due to COVID-19, but please stay tuned for updates as we continue to gradually re-open under our state’s phased guidelines.
12:00 Noon – Holy Eucharist with healing
FRIDAY EVENING PRAYER Click here for our flier to download
Please join us for our virtual service of Evening Prayer, on Zoom, commencing every Friday at 7:00 pm, led by our choir director, Patrick Ishler.
Ever wonder, what is Evening Prayer in the Episcopal Church? Here is a little history from episcopalchurch.org library:
One of the principal Daily Offices. Evening Prayer has been the title for the Evening Office in Anglican worship since the 1552 revision of the Prayer Book. Evening Prayer may begin with an opening sentence of scripture and with the confession of sin. The Invitatory may include the canticle Phos Hilaron, an ancient hymn praising Christ at the lighting of lamps at sunset. The office continues with a selection from the Psalter, readings from scripture followed by canticles (typically the Magnificat and Nunc dimittis), the Apostles’ Creed, the Lord’s Prayer, a set of suffrages, one or more collects, and the dismissal. Evening Prayer may also include an office hymn or anthem, the General Thanksgiving, a Prayer of St. Chrysostom, and a concluding sentence of scripture.
We will be showing the text on screen to make it easy to follow along. And, if you have a Book of Common Prayer, you may start on page 115.
We invite you to end your week with the experience of Evening Prayer. By simply clicking on the link below and adding the join code, you will be engaged in the service with ease.
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2019 CHRISTMAS SERVICES
Tuesday, December 24th – Christmas Eve
4:30 PM – Family Service of Holy Communion
** Praise Band will be playing music commencing at 4:15 PM
9:00 PM – Festival Holy Eucharist with Choir
** Nursery available for children up to age 4 at the 4:30 & 9:00 PM services
Wednesday, December 25th – Christmas Day
10:00 AM Holy Eucharist Rite II