Sunday worship services are held each Sunday of the year. From the first Sunday in September after Labor Day through the third Sunday of June, services are generally led by a minister and are more formally structured. Worship begins at 10:30am. We start the traditional church year with an ingathering Water Communion, symbolized by offering water collected during the summer months. Our final service includes a Flower Communion ceremony. The year is punctuated by special services for Thanksgiving, winter holidays, and Easter.
Summer brings a slower pace, but we remain in community. Every Sunday following Father's Day through early September we have lay-led services in the Chapel, with a participatory format of readings, music, and occasional reflections. There is no formal Religious Education program in the summer, and children are welcome to attend the shorter gatherings. Refreshments follow, usually in our courtyard. Summer services take place at 9:30am and last roughly 30 minutes.