Worship at St. Vincent's
The first call of a Christian is to worship God. We cannot be the hands and feet of Jesus Christ if we have not heard His voice in the Sacred Scriptures and received Him in the Sacrament of Holy Communion.
Every Sunday our parish gathers to celebrate Holy Communion. Holy Communion is the highest form of worship in the Episcopal Church. Through it we strengthen our relationship with Jesus Christ and one another by listening to readings from the Bible, listening as it is broken open and interpreted, praying for the needs of our community and the world, asking forgiveness for our sins, and most important of all, receiving the Body and Blood of Jesus in the bread and wine. Be it through singing and music, praising and preaching, we worship with our whole mind, body, and soul.
We offer a 9:00 am Rite I (Traditional) Communion Service with organ music.
We also offer an 11:00 am Rite II (Contemporary Family) Communion Service which features guitar music and Sunday School for kids grades Kindergarten - 5th from September to May.