“Worship the Lord with gladness;
come before God with joyful songs.”
Worship is at the heart of our life at St. Columba’s, renewing our connection to God, to one another and to the world around us. Wherever you are on your journey of faith, we invite you to join us …
Note: On Sun., June 9, we will celebrate Pentecost, Columba Day and a visit by the Bishop, and observe a special worship schedule. On Sun., June 16, we will begin our summer worship schedule.
Sept. 8, 2019 - June 7, 2020
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.
11:15 am in the Great Hall
Worship Lab, an experimental space for worship.
This new, weekly, contemporary worship experience for all ages, offers lots of opportunities for worshippers to participate and lead.
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.
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.