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Worship Schedule

Sunday Schedule

Sunday, 7:30a
Holy Communion
Windsor Campus | Sanctuary
Service details

We pray our early morning celebration of the Holy Eucharist in the traditional language (“Thee” and “Thou”) of The Book of Common Prayer’s Rite I. The 7:30a includes a sermon and, without music, ample opportunity for silence.

Sunday, 10:30a
Holy Communion with organ and choir
Windsor Campus | Sanctuary
Service details

Our most well-attended hour of worship, we customarily pray this mid-morning service in the more contemporary language (“You” and “Your”) of The Book of Common Prayer’s Rite II. Supported by the traditional, choral leadership of the Good Shepherd Choir and organ, the 10:30a includes readings from scripture; a sermon; congregational hymns; prayers for God’s Church, the world, ourselves, and one another; and the celebration of the Holy Eucharist.

Sunday, 10:30a
Communion Café: Holy Communion with acoustic band
Windsor Campus | Parish Life Center
Service details

Our second, primary service of mid-morning worship, Communion Café blends traditional, Episcopal worship and a relaxed, inclusive setting. Supported by the choral and musical leadership of a live, acoustic band, Communion Café includes readings from scripture; a sermon; prayers; congregational singing; and the celebration of the Holy Eucharist.

Sunday, 11:00a
Holy Communion on The Hill with acoustic band
Woodland Campus
Service details

Our second campus’ Sunday worship follows a slightly less-traditional Episcopal liturgy, in a comfortable setting.  Prayed in the more contemporary language (“You” and “Your”) of The Book of Common Prayer’s Rite II, and supported by the choral and musical leadership of a live, acoustic band, The Hill’s worship includes readings from scripture; a sermon; prayers; congregational singing; and the celebration of the Holy Eucharist.

The Hill’s worship also includes a brief children’s sermon, after which families may choose to allow their children to join appointed Youth for community-building time on the playground. Youth then lead participating children’s return to the sanctuary in time for Communion.

Sunday, 6:00p
Holy Communion with organ
Windsor Campus | Sanctuary
Service details

Our candlelit, evening worship offers a more meditative, intimate atmosphere, acknowledging with prayer and setting the close of day. The 6:00p opens with the Book of Common Prayer’s Service of Light, and includes readings from scripture; a sermon; prayers; congregational hymns led by organ; and the celebration of the Holy Eucharist.

Choral Evensong, 6:00p
Holy Communion with special music
Windsor Campus | Sanctuary
Service details

On the second Sunday of Program Year months (Labor Day through Memorial Day), the Good Shepherd Choir leads Choral Evensong for our 6:00p service. Evensong, a music-rich setting of Evening Prayer, is among our most traditionally Anglican liturgies, witnessing the Church’s ancient devotion of praying each day’s hours. At Good Shepherd, this service comprises choral anthems, plainsong chant, congregational hymnody, scripture readings, and the celebration of the Holy Eucharist.

Weekday Schedule

Monday, 12:15p
Noonday Prayer for Peace and Reconciliation
Windsor Campus | Sanctuary
Service details

This service provides space to pray specifically for those who have been killed or whose lives have been changed by violence, for reconciliation of broken systems, for communities and relationships, and finally to turn over these prayers to our God of hope. In this service we pray with compassion for those who suffer and listen for how God calls us to respond.

Tuesday, 12:15p
Holy Communion
Windsor Campus | Sanctuary
Service details

Our short, lunch-hour worship offers a pause for prayer during the busyness of a workweek. With readings drawn from the Church’s calendar of saints, the service includes a short homily reflecting on the appointed occasion, and continues with the celebration of the Holy Eucharist.

Wednesday, 5:30p
Holy Communion, with Anointing for Healing
Windsor Campus | Sanctuary
Service details

This evening service includes the Litany of Healing – a series of prayers for health in body, mind, and spirit – as well as the celebration of Holy Eucharist. Worshippers may choose to have the presiding priest anoint their foreheads with oil, a mark in the shape of the cross that provides a vivid, sacramental expression of God’s love in times of sickness and misfortune.

NOTE: All Baptized Christians are invited to take Holy Communion during our worship services.

To view the liturgical calendar for the upcoming weeks, visit Lectionary Page.