Weekly Worship Schedule


Sundays

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)

Weekdays

9:00 AM -- Morning Prayer (Mon. - Fri.)
12:15 PM -- Mass (except Wed.)
5:30 PM -- Evening Prayer (Mon. -Fri.)
6:00 PM -- Healing Mass (Wed.)

Saturdays and Legal Holidays

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

Some Remarks by the Rector on Ritual and Ceremony

The Advent’s liturgical style is a distinct one. We are, as is said, a “ High Church”. This makes us rather unique in these parts, and is one reason that many of our members come to the Parish from a considerable distance in spite of the fact that a nearby church would be more convenient. And yet we are a varied and diverse group of people – thank Heaven! – one sign of which being the many different ceremonial ways by which members participate in worship. A number of people, particularly newcomers to the Parish, have asked me about these, and so I am including this brief article to explain a few of the liturgical acts you may have noticed at the Altar or in the pews around you.  [Continue Reading]

Sunday’s Collect

Almighty God, the fountain of all wisdom, who knowest our necessities before we ask and our ignorance in asking:  Have compassion, we beseech thee, upon our infirmities, and those things which for our unworthiness we dare not, and for our blindness we cannot ask, mercifully give us for the worthiness of thy Son Jesus Christ our Lord; who liveth and reigneth with thee and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever.  Amen.

  • Conducting a Te Deum
  • The liturgy of Palm Sunday
  • Pious cat

What to Expect — Notes from an Instructed Eucharist

Every service of Christian worship is a drama - a drama in which we enact, proclaim, and, as well, participate in the mighty acts of God. That’s what we are doing this morning; that’s what we do each time the Holy Communion - the Eucharist - is celebrated. Our drama today will be a little different, for we shall stop the action at certain points to explain its significance. We are doing this so that all of us may come to a deeper understanding of our worship and its meaning and, thereby, may participate with more enthusiasm, understanding, and joy - and ultimately with greater spiritual benefit.  [Continue Reading]

Frequently Asked Questions

For many people – even many Episcopalians – the style of worship at the Church of the Advent will be unfamiliar, perhaps even rather strange. These questions and answers are intended to address some of the points that most frequently puzzle visitors and newcomers.  
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Maundy Thursday Sermon 2015

Solemn Te Deum for Trinity Sunday