7:30 AM — Morning Prayer
8:00 AM — Said Mass (Anglican Missal)
9:00 AM — Sung Mass (Rite II)
11:15 AM — High Mass (Rite I)


9:00 AM — Morning Prayer (Mon. – Fri., except legal holidays)
12:15 PM — Mass (including legal holidays; except Wed.)
5:30 PM — Evening Prayer (Mon. – Fri., except legal holidays)
6:00 PM — Healing Mass (Wed.)


8:30 AM — Morning Prayer
9:00 AM — Mass

Confessions by appointment.

Upcoming Events

Complete schedule of Lenten observances and events

Saturday, April 6
Lenten Quiet Day with the Rev’d Canon William Parnell, Canon to the Ordinary, Diocese of Massachusetts. Please register here by March 27.

Guest Preachers in 2019

April 6, the Rev’d Canon Bill Parnell, Canon to the Ordinary in this Diocese, will lead a Lenten Quiet Day.

April 14-21, the Rev’d Andrew C. Mead, formerly XIV Rector and retired Rector of St. Thomas Church in the City of New York, will preach on Palm Sunday, through the the Triduum, and on Easter Day.  We are delighted to welcome Fr. Mead back among us as our Holy Week preacher this year.

May 30, Ascension Day, the Rev’d Canon Dr. Edie Dolnikowski, Canon for Ordained Vocations in this Diocese, formerly Associate Rector of St. Andrew’s Wellesley, will be our guest preacher at the 6:30pm Solemn High Mass.

September 29, Michaelmas, the Rev’d Canon Dr. Victor Austin, Canon Theologian for the Diocese of Dallas, will be our guest preacher.  Fr. Austin will also lead the Vestry Retreat the day before.

December 1, Advent Sunday, our Bishop, the Rt. Rev’d Alan M. Gates, will conduct a Visitation of the Parish, celebrating and preaching.  This will be part of the celebrations of the 175th Anniversary of the founding of the Parish of the Advent.

December 8, the Second Sunday of Advent, we will welcome the Rev’d Prof. Sarah Coakley, Norris-Hulse Professor of Divinity Emerita in the University of Cambridge, and formerly Mallinckrodt Professor of Divinity at Harvard.  In addition to being the mother of chorister Agnes Coakley, Prof. Coakley is among the leading scholars of theology and the philosophy of religion in the Anglican Communion.