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Worship Opportunities
Worship Services
What to Expect:

Are you searching for a blend of traditional and modern worship and haven't found the right place?

At Nativity, our worship is rooted in the Book of Common Prayer and our liturgical lives are marked by the Church Calendar, lives of the Saints, and seasons of the church year, but we expand on liturgy in a way that create a more participatory, engaging, and uplifting service.

Our services usually last about 60 -75 minutes. Come ten minutes early to hear our Praise Band lead us in centering song and prayer. Our music is dynamic with flute, bass, piano, acoustic guitar, and other guest instrumentalists. The Priest leads prayers and the congregation responds in prayer. We then hear the Word from the Bible and the Priest will preach a practical and engaging sermon. As the central act of Worship for most Episcopalians, we celebrate Communion weekly, and all are welcome, this is the table of the Lord.  

We understand that worship is a very sacred experience for every person who is seeking to worship God in community. In recognition that we are all wonderfully made as people and seek to honor
God through worship in different ways, we offer these two types of services that meet our community wherever they are on their walk with God. 

Our 8:15 AM Service

Our traditional service uses the liturgy from the Book of Common Prayer and other Anglican liturgical sources. This service is often a quiet and contemplative. We welcome you to a service of Rite II Holy Eucharist for those who prefer a traditional Mass. 

Our 10 AM Service

Our Contemporary service that is formed from the Book of Common Prayer. But this service is less formal, and weaves in modern music with relevant and practical preaching, with liturgy and lyrics projected to make worship less cumbersome and easier to help you worship. All types of folks attend this service, some raised Christian, some seekers, and everyone in between. But the central act, as at all services we celebrate here is when we gather around the Lord’s Table as the Body of Christ and celebrate Communion together. 

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