Worship & Music


  • Altar Guild
    Behind-the-scenes altar preparation includes the detailed care of vessels, linens and Eucharistic elements. This faithful group works in small teams, prayerfully supporting our clergy for all Chapel and Sanctuary services.
  • Acolytes
    Ages 8 to 18 serve as torch bearers, servers and crucifers in Sanctuary worship services. This is an especially important learning experience for children. During this time of serving, children begin to understand and develop a personal appreciation for the worship traditions and heritage of the Anglican church.
  • Chalice Bearers & Lay Eucharist Ministers
    Chalice bearers serve the cup, or wine, at Eucharist. After approval and licensing by the Rector, chalice bearers may also serve as Lay Eucharist Ministers, distributing the host, or bread, at Eucharist.
  • Lay Readers
    Those gifted in the public reading of scripture may serve as lectors in worship following a brief training.
  • Ushers
    Beyond a variety of duties which include distributing bulletins, collecting the offering and guiding communion, ushers act as ambassadors during worship. They are trained to serve and anticipate the needs of those in attendance.
  • Greeters
    Greeters offer an enthusiastic Sunday morning welcome to all those arriving for worship. They are available to provide information and directions as needed. Greeters are located at the main Sanctuary entrance.



Choir Membership  – Singers interested in joining the choir are welcomed throughout the year.  Choir membership is open to high school age and others.

  • Weekly rehearsal commitment is Sunday Mornings 9:30
  • Weekly worship commitment is Sunday mornings 10 a.m.
  • The choir also sings seasonal concerts and other worship services throughout the liturgical year.