COVID-19 Update

I am IMMENSELY EXCITED to announce that we will resume offering outdoor, in-person worship on Sunday, March 28. Following Bishop Perry’s recent update, we are permitted to gather outdoors for worship with a maximum attendance of 100 people maintaining recommended social distancing protocols. As we move optimistically into this new phase, we will make every provision possible to ensure the safety of our community gathering in person, while maintaining opportunities for those who feel “safer at home.” 

Worship Together: In-Person Opportunities 

  • Holy Week Services: 5:30 pm (Sunday, March 28 - April 3) in the Rose Garden
  • Easter Day Services: 7, 9, and 11:15 am RSVP HERE
  • Wednesdays: 5:30 pm (beginning April 7) in the Rose Garden
  • Saturdays: 5:30 pm (beginning April 9) in the Rose Garden
  • Sundays: 9 am (beginning May 9) in the Rose Garden

Worship Together: Virtual Opportunities 

Keep Learning

Sacred Conversations: Sundays, 10:15 am. CLICK HERE TO LOG IN TO ZOOM
The tragic deaths of George Floyd and Breanna Taylor coupled with the glaring reality that Latinx, Pacific Islander, Indigenous, and Black individuals are suffering COVID-19 related deaths at significantly higher rates than are White Americans, remind us that the disparities and inequalities of race matter still today.  But what are we to do?  How do the realities of race and our Christian faith intersect?  Join us for throughout the year as we enter this Sacred Conversation to explore the realities of race and faith in modern American society, the hope we share, and the disciples of faith that will build a better future.

Becoming the Beloved Community: Wednesdays, 7 pm. CLICK HERE TO LOG IN TO ZOOM
Fifty years ago, Dr. King introduced American society to his vision of the Beloved Community, a vision rooted firmly in the vision and mission of Jesus, of the Beloved Community. This remains a fundamental responsibility of both the individual Christian and the Christian Community of today. To complement the Rector’s Forum Series, Sacred Conversations, this class provides an opportunity to examine and deepen our relationship with God and one another.

The Sunday Gospel Retold: Fridays, 12 noon. CLICK HERE TO LOG IN TO ZOOM
Sometimes when we hear an old familiar story retold, we miss its nuance and depth. To help us hear again the ancient story of Jesus, we will explore the Sunday Gospel through the lens of Clarence Jordan’s Cotton Patch Gospel. Set alongside our customary translations of the Gospel of Christ, Jordan's re-telling will help us to read and hear the ancient story with new ears for today. 

Pastoral Care, Emergencies, and Office Hours 

Clergy and staff remain available by appointment. While the church offices will remain closed for public business, our clergy and staff remain available. If you need a priest urgently for a pastoral emergency, please call: 313-885-4841 ext 4 to contact the priest on call.