Worship is at the heart of our life at St. Columba’s. Learn more about our worship services and our Episcopalian tradition. Feast on the inspiring words of our preachers, and explore what family worship looks like at St. Columba’s.
We know that we are all safer at home this Advent, but we hope you will join us virtually to celebrate the season. Below you will find our Advent events and services.
Nov 26. at 10am
Gather for a time of prayer, reflection on scripture and the sharing of blessings on Thanksgiving Day at 10:00 am via Zoom. Contact the Rev. David Griswold to join.
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While our church is closed, our parish community is vibrantly alive online. Join us for online prayer, reflection, bible study and fellowship! Dates for the resumption of onsite Sunday and weekday services TBA. Read more about our Church Reopening Plans here.Read More »
The Great Hall Service is rebranding and relaunching as Wee Worship! 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, Katie McGervey, and Amber Dutton-Hanlon sing, dance, and play, all while teaching and learning about Living God's Love.
St. Columba's is launching a new worship opportunity, and we'd love for you to be involved! Very simply, the new initiative is to ask members of the parish to host small groups in their backyard for prayer and fellowship.
We imagine that this might look no more complicated than a small group of people sitting outside at an appropriate distance reading a scripture passage, listen…
St. Columba’s is a warm, welcoming place where music is an integral part of both worship and community life. The church’s long tradition of musical excellence is continued in our four singing choirs, handbell ensembles for youth and adults, and chamber orchestra. In addition, concerts offering a variety of organ, choral and instrumental programs are offered throughout the year.Read More »
Together we celebrate and bless the pivotal moments in our lives as sacraments.Read More »
Opportunities for Prayer and Meditation Abound!
With an energy that St. Columba's is well known for, several of our prayer ministries came back online after only a brief disruption, and some new ones blossomed forth in response to the current crisis.
Each person is required to sign the diocesan Covenant for Regathering prior to regathering in person for any St. Columba’s worship or event – on church property or elsewhere. You will only have to do this once; it will be kept on file in the parish office.
- Download it here
- Sign it virtually* and email it to: [email protected]
- Or print it out and mail in to the church, or brin…