We conduct a Wednesday Noon Holy Eucharist (12:00-12:30 p.m.), Friday Morning Prayer at 8:30 a.m., and three worship services on Sunday, each with its own identity:
Our early morning worship uses the more traditional language of The Book of Common Prayer and usually does not have music.
While children are welcome at ALL worship, this worship draws the largest number of children because it features a blend of traditional hymns with more children-friendly music and songs and Children's Chapel which is offered during the adult sermon so that children and adults worship with age-appropriate messages, songs, and prayers.
A traditional liturgy is enhanced with classical hymns and music led by an adult parish choir and musicians from the Shenandoah University Music program. Worship varies between Rite I and Rite II, depending on season, and also offers Children's Chapel during the adult sermon, as well as prayers for healing during Holy Eucharist.
Professionally-staffed child care is available at all worship. Christian Education for all ages (pre-K, 1st-5th grade Church School, God & Donuts for Middle School youth, Coffee/Hot Chocolate & Conversation for High School youth, and Adult Forum) takes place each Sunday from 10:10 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Plenty of parking is also available at the School Board Administration Building.