SUMMER SUNDAY WORSHIP (mid-June – September)
9:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist
A one-hour liturgy, alternating between traditional (Rite I) and contemporary language (Rite II), with sermon and hymns, followed by Coffee Hour in the Parish Hall.
SUNDAY WORSHIP (September – mid-June)
8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist
A 50-minute traditional language spoken service (Rite I) with sermon, and healing prayers (first Sunday of each month).
10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist
A one-hour contemporary language liturgy (Rite II) with sermon, healing prayers (first Sunday of each month), and hymns.
Sunday School for children is held Sundays at 9 a.m. during the school year as posted. Please check the calendar here on the website. Adult Bible Study/Book Study is held Thursday mornings at 10:30 a.m. Newcomers to all classes are always welcome.
Holy Baptism is full initiation into the Body of Christ. Adult baptism requires preparation and planning on the part of the individual. For infants and children, the responsibility lies with parents and godparents. Services of Holy Baptism take place during one of the regular Sunday morning services about six times a year. A one-hour pre-baptismal class for parents and godparents, with brief service rehearsal, is scheduled prior to baptismal Sundays. Inquiries about Baptism can be directed to the Rector.
Holy Matrimony is a life-long union of fidelity, respect and mutual support. In the celebration and blessing of a marriage, a couple makes vows before God in the presence of the Church and receive the grace of God to help them fulfill their promises. A marriage at St. Margaret’s Church usually requires that at least one of the persons to be married to be a member of the parish or be an immediate family member of a parishioner. However, we do welcome all who do not have a current church home to explore a relationship with St. Margaret’s as part of their pre-marital preparation. There are additional guidelines for weddings, some of which are mandated by the canon law of the Episcopal Church. A Wedding Policy Guidelines brochure is available upon request from the parish office.
On the first Sunday of the month, parishioners are invited to receive laying on of hands and prayers for healing for body, mind or spirit during both Sunday services. Whether prayers are for yourself or others, we invite you to come forward.
Intercessory Prayer Group
Scripture enjoins us to pray without ceasing, and the faithful members of our Intercessory Prayer Group pray regularly for our parish prayer requests, and for the special needs of our congregation. If you have a confidential prayer request, please complete a Prayer Request Card found in the Narthex.
Funerals and St. Margaret’s Cemetery
Our Christian faith proclaims that not even death can separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus. A burial from St. Margaret’s Church does not require membership. If you wish to learn more about having the funeral of a loved one here, please call the church office.
Please see the Cemetery page on our website for more information about burials in St. Margaret's Cemetery.