Our Worship

Everyone is welcome to worship at St. B’s! We gather on Sunday mornings at 8:30 and 11 a.m. during the school year and at 9:30 a.m. from Memorial Day to early August.

All our worship is grounded in the Book of Common Prayer, which saturates us in Holy Scripture and prayer. From the ringing bell that begins our Sunday service to the dismissal after the final hymn, the Episcopal liturgy engages our senses and our whole bodies. Instructions are printed in the bulletin to help newcomers follow along.

Our welcome to everyone includes children, though we also provide a nursery and a children’s homily. Whatever a family choses, we are happy to have you and your children either in the service or in our children’s ministry.

Learn about current worship services.

What to expect on an average Sunday.

Where to find definitions of words we use.

Feast Days

We take to heart the words of Jesus that describe the Kingdom of God like a feast, banquet, or, i.e., a party. So when a feast day in the liturgical year arrives, we celebrate together. The seven principal feasts are Christmas, Epiphany, Easter, Ascension Day, Pentecost, Trinity Sunday, and All Saints Day


You will notice our worship is elevated on these days and we might use incense and ring bells during the Eucharist. 

We continue our worship with fellowship gatherings for Epiphany, Easter, Pentecost, All Saints Day, and the feast of St. Bartholomew (in August).  We celebrate the Feast of St. Francis with an Animal Blessing at the beginning of October. 

If you wish to help with any of these fellowship gatherings, please refer to the information about our Fellowship Team.