St. Francis of Assisi Episcopal Church
An Oasis of Peace. A Sanctuary of Love.
Sunday Services at 8 am, 10:30 am, 12:30 pm (Spanish)
Wednesday Service at 12 noon
Wednesday Service at 12 noon
We're glad you've
found St. Francis.
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We are Episcopalians, members of
the worldwide Anglican Communion.
Our prayer shapes our belief, and our belief is grounded in the Way of Jesus.
Nos alegra que hayas
encontrado a la iglesia de San Francisco.
Somos episcopales, una parte de la comunión anglicana mundial. Nuestras oraciones forman nuestras creencias y nuestras creencias nos llevan a seguir el Camino de Jesús.
8:00 am Spoken Eucharist
A simple, quiet service using an older style of prayer book language.
10:30 am Choral Eucharist
A larger, musical service in English using more contemporary prayer book language.
Live on YouTube.
12:00 pm Chapel Eucharist
A mid-week opportunity to hear the Word and approach the Table.
Fall through Spring
These are not available during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
Every Sunday morning at 10:30 Nursery care is provided during our later service and other times as needed.
Faith Formation for Children
Every Sunday morning at 10:30 Church school has a dedicated staff that will welcome your children with joy and love. Classes begin just after the beginning of the 10:30 service, and your kids will return to the sanctuary for communion. We help kids to know God, to listen to God, to find God in Scripture, and to feel God's presence.
Sunday 9:15 am
We gather for conversation and fellowship as we learn about God through Scripture, nature, experience, and in our life in community at St. Francis.
Resumption of Adult Formation to be determined during the Covid 19 Pandemic.
A great way to start!
What's Sunday morning without fresh coffee? Anyone can sign up to help make the coffee or provide light food for Coffee Hour. It's a simple and beloved ministry!
Hospitality comes in all forms at St. Francis. If you are an extrovert who loves to welcome people, consider welcoming people to church on Sunday mornings. Additional opportunities to serve on the Hospitality Team are always available.
Ushers take the hospitality at the front door and bring it into the sanctuary. From passing out bulletins to bringing forward the bread and wine, ushers are an important part of Sunday worship.
Serving in Worship
The Liturgy of the Word is our chance to hear and reflect on Scripture together. If you love to read Scripture and would like to share this love with the community, there are opportunities to read every Sunday throughout the year.
Whether you are young or young at heart, you can become an acolyte and assist the clergy on Sunday mornings. It takes many hands to bring the Liturgy of the Table to life, and acolytes are an essential part of our shared worship.
Once the bread and wine have been blessed and consecrated by our priest, they are ready to share with the community. Eucharistic Ministers offer the chalice of wine to everyone seeking communion. It is a sacred and holy service on Sunday morning.
To be collaborative
Asking the congregation for their thoughts and insights so that everyone can be represented.
To act with
Alleluia! Christ is Risen!
Welcome to St. Francis, where we seek to live into the joy of Easter. In a world that is teeming with noise and distraction, St. Francis seeks to be an oasis of peace and a sanctuary of love. We believe that the life and ministry of Jesus Christ calls us into being one community of faith, hope and love. We seek to know Christ, to worship Christ and to serve Christ.
We hope that you might join us on your faith journey. We are a church in which all are welcome and in which we try to understand the love, joy and hope of Jesus Christ. Please consider joining us for a Sunday or a season or a lifetime. We currently offer in-person service at 8 am, 10:30 am and 12:30 am in Spanish. Our 10:30 am Sunday service is on YouTube. Our Wednesday noon service is on zoom. We look forward to worshiping together.
Peace & Blessings,