Weekday Services

Monday—Friday, 8:15 am

MORNING PRAYER

On most weekdays of the year the ancient tradition of daily morning praise is observed in a quiet, said service centered on the sequential reading of Scripture and the praise of God, and with prayers for his grace. It lasts about 30 minutes.

MORNING PRAYER & HOLY COMMUNION

On major holy days, and on weekdays in Advent, Lent, Easter Week, and Whitsun Week, a quiet said service of Morning Prayer (centered on the reading of Scripture and the praise of God) is followed by Holy Communion.   It lasts about 45-50 minutes.

Monday—Friday, 5:30 p.m.

EVENING PRAYER

On most weekdays of the year the ancient tradition of praise of God at the day’s end is observed in a quiet, said service centered on the sequential reading of Scripture and the praise of God, and with prayers for his grace. It lasts about 30 minutes.

EVENING PRAYER & HOLY COMMUNION

On major holy days, on Thursdays through the year, and on weekdays in Advent, Lent, Easter Week, and Whitsun Week, a quiet said service of Evening Prayer (centered on the reading of Scripture and the praise of God) is followed by Holy Communion.   It lasts about 45-50 minutes.

Wednesday, 9:45 a.m.

LITANY & HOLY COMMUNION

The Litany is an ancient responsive form of intercessory prayer.  After a short period of meditative silence, it is followed at 10 a.m. with a said service of Holy Communion (which may include a short address).

(St. Mary’s Chapel, entrance on north side under arches)