"Come, let us sing to the Lord. Let us shout for joy to the rock of our salvation. Let us come before his presence with thanksgiving and raise a loud shout to him with Psalms." Psalm 95

Place and time: 
Sundays at 10:15 am
Williamsburg Library

Overview: Our worship is a response to God's actions, who has spoken to us, called us, and lavished us with his grace. Anglican worship invites our participation. When we come together we sing, recite the Psalms, listen to scripture, pray, confess our sins, and celebrate communion. Through worship God forms us to be more like him.

We value both the traditions of the past and the contributions of the present. This is reflected in our liturgy and in our music, which is a diverse array from ancient hymns to modern songs.

Each week our service consists of two main sections - the hearing and teaching of scripture and the celebration of communion. In this way we connect with God not only with our minds, but also with our bodies.

Children: Nursery for those under three is provided for the entire service. Children 3 to eighth grade begin and end the service with their families and attend age-appropriate teaching and activities during the sermon.