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For Sunday, March 29
Sermon by the Rev. Ledlie Laughlin 

Sunday Programs

All onsite worship services have been suspended due to our church closure. Join us online for prayer, reflection, bible study and fellowship!

SUNdays, 9:15 AM

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 with David Griswold. In the interest of keeping the discussion groups small, Joshua Daniel will lead a second session at the same time. Contact either David or Joshua to join their sessions.

SUNdays, 9:30 AM

Prayers, Bible Story & Song

Join Amy Molina-Moore on Facebook Live for “Prayers, Bible Story and Song for young families” a la our Great Hall style service.
Contact: Amy Molina-Moore

SUNdays, 10:15 am

Sunday School for Children and Youth 

Join Miss Katie via Zoom video conferencing for a Sunday School lesson for kids ages 3 to 5th grade. Contact Katie McGervey for call-in instructions.


St. Columba's Sunday Worship

Scripture, prayers, music and homily, experience Lenten worship in your home. Join Ledlie, David, Joshua and friends as St. Columba's takes its Sunday worship online. Take advantage of the chance to comment and share with us and each other; we want to hear from you! Download your Worship Bulletin here.

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Youth Sunday School

Youth Sunday School is happening this Sunday via Zoom video conferencing. Contact the Youth Council for instructions on how to participate. 

Sun., APR. 5, at 5 pm

Sung Compline

Enjoy this service of quietness and reflection before rest at the end of the day recorded by a small group of St. C's singers. Based upon the traditional evening liturgy of scripture, music, prayers, and silence, Sung Compline will be offered on Facebook  and YouTube. Come listen, and sing along with us at home. Download your Bulletin. Led by Anne Timpane

Sunday Worship

Dates for the resumption of Sunday services TBA.

On Sun., June 14, 2020 we will begin our summer worship schedule.

8 am in the Church Nave

Holy Eucharist with sermon and no music. Quiet and contemplative.

9 am in the Church Nave
Family-friendly Eucharist featuring childrens’ choirs. Children ages 3-8 are invited to Story Time during the sermon, where the Gospel is told in an age-appropriate way. Healing prayer is offered during Communion.

9:15 am in the Great Hall
For pre-school children and their families. With lively singing and movement, this 30-minute service introduces younger children to the Eucharist in a relaxed and welcoming environment.

11:15 am in the Church Nave
Choral Eucharist featuring adult choirs sometimes joined by orchestra or handbells. Healing prayer is offered during Communion.

Please join us for coffee, doughnuts and fellowship in the Common after each service. Sunday School and Youth Formation are offered at 10:15 am, along with the Sunday Forum for adults.   

Sunday Child Care

Children are welcome at all services. Child care is available for infants and children up to age 3 Sunday mornings from 8:45 am to 12:45 pm in Rm 322, on the third floor of the building (Albemarle Street wing).

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.

Worship Ministries

Interested in becoming actively engaged in worship at St. Columba's? Join one of our Worship Ministries listed below. From Acolyte and Sacristan to Lay Eucharistic Minister and Flower Guild, there are many ways to serve.

Worship Ministries