You don’t have

to BELIEVE,

to BELONG!

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IN-PERSON WORSHIP UPDATE:
We are open
each Sunday at 10:00am for in-person worship and we continue to celebrate live via Zoom
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Services

Our Team

We're online and in person!

Services are now online and in person.
Join us live every Sunday at 10:00 for our combined live and Zoom service.

Randy Williams

Assoc. Lay Pastor

What’s Happening

Christmas Market Returns

Save the date! on November 19, join us for the return of our much-loved Christmas Market. Have you missed our baked goods table? Not to worry, your sweet tooth

will be satisfied. Join a friend in our tea room, shop our treasures table and try your luck at snagging one of our well-appointed gift baskets.

Are you a vendor? We’re looking for a few unique crafters to round out the offering. If you’re interest, download and complete the application form found here.

Help us make 5,000 poppies

We are creating a Remembrance Day 2022 art installation which will display thousands of handmade poppies cascading down the outside of the Church.

You can help us by knitting or crocheting  poppies using any deep red yarn and dropping them of at the church before September 1, 2022. Click here to download a poppy pattern.

Can’t knit or crochet and still want to participate? You can buy yarn for other crafters by making a donation here. Be sure to select “Poppies for Peace” in the drop-down menu.

We can’t believe it either

On May 28, Archdeacon Michael Patterson announced his retirement. He’s been ordained for 38 and we have been graced with his presence for the last 10 years.

You can watch his retirement announcement here, and you can read Bishop Susan Bell’s announcement here.

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