We know that the church is not the building in which we worship – but the people who worship and share God’s love with the world. So while we are unable to physically be together, our Sunday and Wednesday corporate worship is accessible in a number of ways online.
Join us via Zoom every Sunday at 10am to actively participate, see other worshippers, or feel more closely connected. Those who want further connectivity stay after worship and participate in virtual Coffee Hour “table” conversations of 3-8 households.
Join us on FaceBook (usually streamed live at 10am) and YouTube (usually recorded and posted after) if it is easier for you to worship through those channels. Make sure to “like” our FaceBook page, and “subscribe” to our YouTube channel - most "smart" TVs have a YouTube app!
Celebrating Pentecost with pin wheels. May 31, 2020 (If you click on the photo, it gets bigger so you can see the entire image.)
Celebrating Pentecost with pin wheels. May 31, 2020
(If you click on the photo, it gets bigger so you can see the entire image.)
Join our Wednesday morning worship at 8am to anchor your mid-week in prayer. This worship service includes prayers for healing (of body, mind, heart and soul), and prayers for a broad community, which can be especially helpful in this time of isolation.
For Zoom links and passwords, please the office to be added to our mailing list!
Past Sunday Worship Services
Music can be one of the most empowering and transformative aspects of the worship experience - it moves us in ways that words often cannot. I invite all of you to join with me in making Psalm 98:4 the cornerstone of our musical worship at St. Gregory’s: “Shout for joy to the Lord, all the earth, burst into jubilant song with music!” We don’t care if you’re a trained professional …Read More »
Prayer is, at its essence, a conversation with God. It is a method by which we can connect to God, draw closer to God, and deepen our own faith. There are as many ways to pray as there are people, and we believe there is no wrong way to genuinely reach your heart to God in prayer.
It is a great gift to be asked to pray on someone’s behalf, as that prayer not only connects that pe…Read More »
We know that the church is not the building in which we worship – but the people who worship and share God’s love with the world. And – we who were created to worship and serve have a longing for our sacred space. We miss being in a space that feels set apart from our day to day lives to connect with God. This is the perfect time to create sacred space in your home. This can be a…Read More »
path, but spiritual beings on a human path.
Jean Shinoda Bolen
What are Labyrinths?
The labyrinth is for those on a spiritual journey, for anyone seeking healing of one sort or another, for people in transition, meaning, purpose, understanding, and peace.