Sunday & Weekdays
Beginning October 15th, we will begin to offer limited in-person services.
Alternatively, join us for online prayer, reflection, bible study and fellowship! Dates for the resumption of onsite Sunday services TBA.
Take a quick look inside the church to see how we've prepared for you to join us:
Bible, Coffee & Conversation
Discuss the scripture readings for the week and reflect on their meaning for our faith journeys and St. C's mission in the community.
9 am – Bible Study with Joshua Daniel.
9:15 am – Bible Study with David Griswold. Contact the session leader for call-in instructions.
SUNDAYS, 9:30 AM
This service is designed with families of small children in mind, but it's truly fun for the whole family as the Rev. Amy Molina-Moore, Miss Katie and Amber Dutton-Hanlon sing, dance, and play, all while teaching and learning about Living God's Love. Find us on St. C's YouTube channel. Contact: Amy Molina-Moore
SUNDAYS, 10:15 AM
Columba Crew, Sunday School Adventure
Join the children of St. Columba’s on Zoom, from 1st to 5th grade, as they embark on a year of adventure Living God's Love. Contact: Katie McGervey
Our youth formation program takes place on Sunday mornings over Zoom from 10:15 to 11:05 am. The program is called Journey to Adulthood (J2A) and encompasses three, two-year phases: Rite 13 for middle school, J2A for early high school (which culminates in a pilgrimage), and YAC (Young Adults in Church) for later high school. Contact: Elliott May
SUNDAYS, 11 AM
St. Columba's Sunday Worship
Scripture, prayers, music and homily, experience Sunday worship right from your home. Join Ledlie, Joshua, David, Susan and friends for St. Columba's online Sunday worship. Join us for Virtual Worship on St. C's YouTube or Facebook Page at 11 am. Take advantage of the chance to comment and share your thoughts; we want to hear from you! Or you can find us anytime on St. C's YouTube channel.
Weekday Worship Services
Morning Prayer: 8:30 am, Monday – Friday
Start your day with Morning Prayer led each weekday morning by a lay leader. Appointed lectionary readings for the day, beautiful canticles and collects from the Book of Common Prayer, and a time of prayer for the world, the church and community.