Worship In Person

We offer the Eucharist in-person on Sundays with music at 8:30am and 11am and Monday-Friday at 12:15pm in a more contemplative setting. We hope you join us!


Masks are required for all persons, 3 years and older, in our buildings. Read the latest update from Fr. Sammy >>>here


Find the September Eucharistic Schedule >>>here.


Sunday at 8:30 a.m.

Holy Eucharist

  • inside
  • masks for everyone throughout the liturgy
  • socially distant seating
  • congregational singing
  • communion safely distributed
  • children's homily for 3 yrs - 6th grade following the Gospel reading
  • nursery for infants through 3 years old. 

Sunday at 11 a.m. 

Holy Eucharist

  • inside
  • masks for everyone throughout the liturgy
  • congregational singing
  • full capacity seating
  • communion safely distributed

Morning Prayer and Compline

Mondays through Fridays at 8:30 a.m., we gather in the Sanctuary and on Facebook for Morning Prayer, also from the Book of Common Prayer. Morning Prayer may have been established in the abbeys and monasteries, and adapted for the laity by Thomas Cranmer, but its roots can be traced back to Judaic times. The service can be led by laity or clergy.


During Advent, we also gather on Facebook, Monday through Friday at 9 p.m. for Compline. Compline is a lovely set of night prayers and the perfect way to end your day.


We also offer the St. B's Daily email with a condensed liturgy, the day's readings, and a reflection written by individuals in the St. B's family. Sign up to receive the St. B's Daily here.

Midday Daily Eucharist

We offer a more contemplative worship experience with Holy Eucharist each weekday, Monday-Friday (including holidays) at 12:15pm in the Sanctuary. These services are small in size and last about 30 minutes. Our clergy also offer healing prayers with anointing oil and the laying on of hands after each service for you or on behalf of others in your life.


On Thursdays, Fr. Sammy offers "Holy (Half) Hour," at 11:30. We will gather in the nave before the Sacrament (the holy Bread), as a visible sign of the presence of Jesus, for prayer, worship, readings, and other acts of devotion. Bring your bible and a journal -- no experience necessary!