Our main source of worship is the Book of Common Prayer, but we use other approved texts, prayers, and music, too. Our worship is prayerful, inclusive, and participatory. Our bi-monthly 8 am Holy Eucharist is quiet and intimate, and for that one, we often gather around the altar together to worship. Our 10:30 Holy Eucharist is full of music and singing. We distribute Eucharist under both forms – bread and wine – and you are offered the choice to drink from the common cup, or intinction (where the priest dips the bread into the wine). All generations take roles in the worship service as lectors, intercessors, ushers, psalmists, acolyte, and Eucharistic ministers. All are welcome at God’s table!