• Sundays at 10:30 a.m. Our liturgy comes from the 1928 Book of Common Prayer (BCP). You can download it by clicking below

1928 BCP: HC_1928

Click on the links below for our Bulletin.

Trinity Sunday-2023

Next Service:  Feast of St. Barnabas next Sunday  at 10:30am




Trail Life


Our Parish has the privilege  of hosting a troop right here on Monday Nights starting at 6:30 PM. These young boys are starting out on the right track to become strong Christian men!


 Bible Study


Bible Studies are a great way to go deeper into our faith. Scripture is integral to the Anglican Tradition. Everything comes from Scripture so we take that seriously. Please join at 10:30 am on Wednsesdays



When we read St. Matthew 25, we see that Jesus commands us to care for those who are in great need. We believe that serving these men who are in prison and their families is so important. We are honored to be able to host them on our campus!


 In Heaven, there are angels,archangels, and all the company of Heaven praising the Lord! We get a glimpse of that with our choir on Sundays! We are so blessed to have them. If you are interested in singing on the choir, please speak to Olga Wells. 

Altar Guild


The Eucharist is at the core of our lives. It is a privilege to serve on the Altar Guild because when you do this, you are helping to prepare the table where Christ will be given to us in the Sacrament of the Eucharist. Please speak to Olga Wells for more information.

Flower Guild

These lovely ladies help make our church beautiful every week. This is a great ministry to get involved with in the parish. If you are interested in this ministry, please speak to Laurie McDonagh .

Naughty Knitters


God has knit each of us together! These ladies give honor to God as they knit different items together. It has served as a great ministry and is a great way to offer fellowship doing something fun! Their current project is making blankets for children who have suffered some trauma.  The blankets are donated to the local chapter of Project Linus who then make sure children in our community who need a warm hug in the form of a handmade blanket, get one of these blankets. Please contact Laurie McDonaghl.

Anglican Church Women (ACW)


Women are such an important part of the life of the parish. They serve the church in ways that we sometimes do not see! If you are interested in joining these wonderful women in serving God’s House then please talk to Laurie McDonaghl and Sue Krall.


 Society of Mary

Honoring the Mother of Jesus is important and the veneration of the Blessed Virgin Mary should be integral to the life of the Church. This devotion is not required but is encouraged. Come and check this out on the second Saturday of each month at 10 AM as we come to learn more about the life of the Blessed Virgin and learn about her role in the Church. If you are interested in joining the society, please contact Sue Krall.

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