‘I feel the regular, steady, docile practice of corporate worship is of utmost importance for the building-up of your spiritual life…no amount of solitary reading makes up for humble immersion in the life and worship of the Church’.

– Evelyn Underhill, Letters


The Sunday Mass is currently offered at 9:30 AM. It is a family friendly service suitable for all ages, using traditional language and during the majority of the year, an organ and choir. On occasion, when noted, Sunday services may be held at different times, often for reasons of having a luncheon after the mass.

Father Matthew saying massThursdays

In addition, Mass is offered every Thursday at 10:00 am in the Chapel of St. Michael and All Angels with special intercessory prayers for the needs of the church and the world, as well as the laying on of hands and anointing of the sick. This is sometimes referred to as a healing mass. It is quite appropriate for anyone who is ill, but is also a wonderful time in which parishioners faithfully gather to pray for others who are sick, and to bring their needs before God.

Daily Office

Morning Prayer is offered Mondays through Thursdays at 9:15 am in the Chapel of St. Michael and All Angels.

Holy Days & Special Acts of Devotion

Maundy Thursday Altar of ReposeMass is also offered as announced on Holy Days of the Church year. Holy Days are days that seek to commemorate the lives of saints as well as events in the life of Christ. They draw us more deeply into Christ’s incarnate ministry, as well as more deeply into the life of the Church and the Communion of Saints of which all Christians are a part.

Throughout the year, additional times of worship and special acts of devotion are available, especially during Lent and Holy Week.

Holy Days and any other special acts of devotion are announced in the Sunday announcements and in the Thursday email blast. They are also announced on our Facebook page.