This November, we will hold fast to the reality of our interconnectedness across time, place, and preference in a series of worship and prayer opportunities.
All Saints Day & Baptisms
November 1 | 9:00 & 11:15 am | Church
This is a major feast day of the church and is also a day we celebrate baptisms. We believe that everyone is on a spiritual journey, and regardless of where you are on that journey you have a place at Epiphany. Baptism is a rite of initiation. It is a promise and a commitment to place God at the center of your life. When you choose to be baptized yourself or to have your child baptized in the Episcopal Church, it means you are choosing to live out the Baptismal Covenant in the context of an Episcopal church community, taking your part in the worship, mission, and ministries of the local parish. Baptism is open to all people, regardless of age or background.
All Souls Eve Evensong
November 1 | 5:00 pm | YouTube
On the Eve of All Souls’ Day we will have a special Evensong to commemorate all the faithful departed. The necrology of those who have died from November 1, 2019 to October 31, 2020 will be read. Parishioners are invited to send in names of people who have died anytime for whom they would like to dedicate this Evensong.
Holy Eucharist for the Nation
November 2 | 5:30 pm | Church & YouTube
Prayer Vigil begins November 3 at 7:00 pm and ends on November 4
The day before Election Day 2020 we will have a Eucharist to commemorate our nation. We will pray for a fair and safe election. Following the Eucharist a Vigil will be kept through election day.
Choral Evensong for Hope
November 3 | 5:30 pm | YouTube
Sung at the close of day in cathedrals and churches throughout the world, Choral Evensong is a service of Evening Prayer, derived from the ancient offices of Vespers and Compline. The choir sings the traditional evening prayers of the church that have been offered for centuries, while the congregation listens, joins in the hymns, and adds their own prayers to those of the choir.
Holy Eucharist for Peace
November 4 | 12:01 am | Church & YouTube
Just after midnight we will conclude our prayer vigil with a Eucharist for Peace. No matter the outcome of the election our nation will be in need of healing and reconciliation. This Eucharist is intended to help us focus on peace as we begin a new chapter in American history.