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Worship is the Church's fundamental response of love, praise, and gratitude to God for our creation, preservation, and all the blessings of this life, and above all for the immeasurable love God has revealed and bestowed upon us in the redemption of the world by our Lord Jesus Christ.  From the first gatherings of Christ's apostles, disciples, and friends down to the present day, the Church's principal act of common worship has been the proclamation of the Gospel and the celebration of the Lord's Supper, or Holy Eucharist.

As part of this scripturally grounded, living tradition, we gather every Sunday at 10:00am to proclaim the Gospel and celebrate Holy Eucharist.

Holy Eucharist is a work of the people of God - or liturgy.  It is a sacrifice of praise and thanksgiving, whereby we offer and present our selves to God, but it is also gift whereby God gives of Himself in the Word proclaimed and in the Body and Blood of Christ sacramentally present in the bread and wine of communion.  This is a holy mystery of the Church by which we may evermore dwell in Christ, and he in us.

Everyone is welcome to join us in common worship each Sunday morning, and all baptized Christians are invited to receive Communion during our worship.  

If you have never been baptized and would like to be, please contact Fr Nik at 804-227-3413 or KNicholasForti@gmail.com.