Even apart — we are together

Worship during COVID-19 Restrictions

Dear friends,

Caring for our neighbor, we have suspended all in-person worship services through May 15th. However, there are many of our churches, as well as our bishop, the Rt. Rev. Kevin S. Brown, that are holding weekly Sunday services via livestream. We invite you to join our community in livestream worship during these times.

Click the button below to find worship options in the Episcopal Church in Delaware, plus complete information regarding COVID-19 resources in the diocese, to include how to link to a Facebook livestream without having a Facebook account.

Worship

“Eucharist” means a thanksgiving celebration, and every week we celebrate God’s love for us and our love for God, through the sacrament of the Holy Communion.

Ordinary Time

  • Sunday Services  |  9:00 am
  • Sunday School Dropoff  |  8:50 am
  • Food & fellowship after services in Baker Hall

Holy Days

  • Ash Wednesday   |   Noon & 6:00 pm Services
  • Maundy Thursday  |  6:00 pm Supper, 7:00 pm Service
  • Good Friday  |  Noon Service
  • Holy Saturday  |  7:00 pm Service
  • Easter Sunday  |  9:00 am Service

About Our Services

Rite II (Contemporary)  –  2nd, 4th & 5th Sundays

A more contemporary service. Music is sung before, during, and at the end of the Eucharist. Eucharistic Ministers and lectors assist during this service. The Sunday school children come into church to be with their parents for communion during our traditional passing of the peace among the congregation; the peace is a joyous time followed by an inspiring anthem from our choir.

Rite I (Traditional)  –  1st & 3rd Sundays

A little more traditional in presentation, this service is without music, but not without beauty. It allows those who seek a time for quiet reflection and contemplative prayer to experience God’s Love in a humble setting surrounded by the glory of the Saints in our stained glass windows. Healing prayers follow.