Overview of Sunday Services

*Note that we are no longer requiring
Eventbrite registration for regular Sundays

If you prefer to participate virtually,
and look for the day's video.
Note: If we cannot get live-streaming to function properly,
we will record the service and post it on YouTube
as soon as possible afterwards.
Morning Prayer
is livestreamed at 8:00 Wednesday morning at https://www.youtube.com/FatherTimSTEP/live,
and may be accessed any time after that at https://www.youtube.com/FatherTimSTEP

OUR LITURGY: Our worship services are Rite II “contemporary” and “traditional.” Each Sunday morning we invite you to the worship service of your choice, offering you an opportunity to participate in Holy Eucharist. One meaning of “Eucharist” is “thanksgiving.” Every time we gather for worship is an occasion for us to offer our thanks to God for all things: proclaiming scripture, offering prayers (spoken and sung), and participating in Holy Communion with God and with one another. We hope to welcome and encourage all people to be a part of what God is doing among us.

OUR MUSIC: The Episcopal tradition possesses a rich musical heritage, while also remaining flexible and adaptable to the changing landscape of sacred music. All expressions seek to support the spiritual life and prayer experience of those who attend worship.

Music at the 10:15 a.m. service draws from the rich musical traditions over the ages. Hymns come from The Hymnal 1982, and the Choir sings anthems and service music from centuries of sacred music through the 21st century, accompanied by the organ and piano, and on some occasions, instruments.

We offer childcare for children through two years old every Sunday and offer Sunday School classes for children three and older. If you are unfamiliar with our service on Sunday, please feel free to ask for assistance from an usher or any smiling face.

We look forward to meeting you! For questions about the schedule of worship services, call the church office 305-661-3436.
Please go to our YouTube page at https://tinyurl.com/STEPSmia.  

Sunday Readings

Preparing for Sunday