We meet at 5:00pm every Sunday evening. You will be met at the door and welcomed. If you have any questions, feel free to ask, we are always glad to talk about our Parish.
Worship Guides are available as you enter the church- these will provide the prayers, readings, and will help guide you through the Liturgy. Feel free to sit anywhere.Our Liturgy follows Catholic tradition and ritual. We’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have about it. The Worship Guides will walk you through the prayers and responses. We frequently stand during portions of the Liturgy. If you are unable to stand with ease, please feel comfortable in remaining seated. We do not pass an offering plate or take up a collection. There is an offering box located at the back of the church if you wish to contribute. Guest cards are available if you wish to provide contact information for our weekly eNews and to notify you of upcoming events or changes in schedule. All contact information is kept confidential.
Holy Communion (Eucharist) is open to everyone who wishes to partake in faith. Visitors who may feel uncomfortable participating - or whose beliefs may prohibit participation - should not feel pressured, and may simply remain seated. Both consecrated bread and consecrated wine and grape juice are received at Communion, however, if you do not wish to receive from the cup, you can receive the consecrated bread only. The consecrated bread, broken from the common loaf, is placed into the cupped hands of each person who wishes to receive. The bread is offered with the words "The body of Christ ". As the bread is received, the appropriate response is "Amen". The cup is then offered with the words "The blood of Christ". Again the response is "Amen". After Communion is received, you may return to your seat for prayer and reflection. We are happy to provide gluten-free bread as well, just let one of the clergy know before Mass.
Following our Liturgy we hope you will stay awhile and chat with some of the members of our community.