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    Welcome!

    We are a community of Anglican believers who worship together, seek to grow as disciples of Jesus, and give back to God in gratitude for all He has done. Please join us on a Sunday and find out more!
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    Clergy and staff are always happy to pray with you. Please don’t hesitate to contact any member of clergy or staff directly or via the church office. There are several additional formalized prayer programs at the church listed below. If you have any questions, please contact our Assistant Rector, Ann Tefft, or any other member of the clergy or staff.

     

    Intercessory prayer list. Members and friends are invited to submit prayer requests via the bulletin inserts, which are then collected in the offering plates of our Sunday services each week. These requests are either shared only with the church staff or with a larger group of intercessors from the congregation who receive weekly prayer request updates.

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    Prayer ministry offered Sunday mornings during services. Prayer is always offered during our 9am and 11am services during communion, found at various stations in the front and the back of the church. Trained prayer ministers are willing and ready to pray with you each Sunday! There are usually two prayer ministers at each prayer station.

     

    Appointments for individual prayer. These prayer appointments are at 10:15am on Sundays (between the 9am and 11am services) or during the week. They take place in a private setting. If you would like to make an appointment for prayer, please contact  Diane Stadelmeier.

     

    “Soaking Prayer” on the last Sunday of each month. This quiet time is offered in the Prayer Chapel at 10:15am (between the 9am and 11am services). The Prayer Chapel is on the second floor of the parish hall.

     

     

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