8:00am - 8:30am
Sunday Traditional Services
Join us for Sunday Traditional services in the Church on the Main Campus.
A quiet service of the proclamation of the Word of God and celebration of Holy Communion, with a sermon, but without music.
9 am & 11:15 am
This service of Holy Communion is grounded in ancient traditions of Christian worship, with a dynamic sermon, congregational hymns, and excellent choral music sung by the Incarnation Choir.
Choral Evensong & Holy Communion
Rooted in ancient patterns of monastic worship, Choral Evensong is a contemplative worship service, with readings from Scripture, chanted prayers, and sublime music from the rich Anglican choral repertoire sung by the Incarnation Choir. Candlelight and incense encourage quiet meditation in a sacred space. Evensong is followed by a short, spoken service of Holy Communion, without a sermon.* During the summer, Choral Evensong is on hiatus, but there continues a spoken service of Holy Communion, without a sermon.
Sunday Contemporary Services
Our contemporary services are come-as-you-are worship experiences that blend the ancient structure of worship (Scripture, Creed, Prayer, and Communion) with modern music and relevant preaching. These services are offered at our Main and North campuses.
9 am, 11:15 am, & 5 pm
North Campus Contemporary
*The Trinity Legacy service celebrates Holy Communion with a sermon, and organ at 8:30 am.
Weekday Worship Services
Join us during the week for services in Memorial Chapel on the Main Campus.
Monday—Friday, 8 am
Morning Prayer & Holy Eucharist
This simple morning service includes the traditional Anglican practice of gathering each morning for prayers, as well as Holy Communion. Lasting approximately 35 minutes, the liturgy does not include a sermon or music.
Monday—Friday, 4:40 pm
This 15-minute said service includes prayers and readings from the Scriptures without a homily or music and is led by specially trained lay members of the parish.
Holy Eucharist & Healing Ministries
This weekly service of Holy Communion includes the ancient Christian practice of laying on hands and anointing those seeking healing as well as a brief homily. It lasts approximately 45 minutes and does not include music.