We strive through worship to use the rich treasures of our Anglican heritage to convey the Good News of Jesus Christ.  

Our service comes from the Book of Common Prayer of 1962. It may seem strange to you to “say your prayers from a book,” but this allows the whole congregation to join together in worshipping and praising God as one.  Just as we can make great poetry or music our own, so we can let the words of our common worship touch our spirits and draw us closer to God.