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Service Times


Sundays at:
8:00 am - Holy Eucharist, Rite II
(Rite I on the first & third Sundays of the month)

10:30 am - Choral Holy Eucharist, Rite II

People of the church

Welcome Statement
Come as you are as one loved by God

Christ’s Church at St. Nicholas Welcomes, Affirms, and Serves All Who Are singers destined for American Idol fame or, like our Pastor, just striving to hover close to the right note …White or a Person of Color, Native or Foreign Born, Male, Female, or a  Person of the World …Straight, Gay, Lesbian, Bi-sexual, Transgender, or Still Questioning …Single, Married, Widowed, Divorced, Separated, Partnered, Celibate by Choice, or  Waiting for the Right One …
With or Without Child, Are a Child, or Long to be a Child, Healthy, Wounded, or Just Tired …Rich, Poor, or Squeezed in the Middle …Republican, Democrat, Independent, Socialist, or Not Registered to Vote …Baptist, Buddhist, Roman Catholic or Protestant, Jewish, Muslim, Spiritual But Not Religious, Agnostic, “Unchurched,” or a Cradle Episcopalian …Let’s All Journey Together in Service, Love and Acceptance.  

People of the church

Welcome Statement
Come as you are as one loved by God

Christ’s Church at St. Nicholas Welcomes, Affirms, and Serves All Who Are singers destined for American Idol fame or, like our Pastor, just striving to hover close to the right note …White or a Person of Color, Native or Foreign Born, Male, Female, or a  Person of the World …Straight, Gay, Lesbian, Bi-sexual, Transgender, or Still Questioning …Single, Married, Widowed, Divorced, Separated, Partnered, Celibate by Choice, or  Waiting for the Right One …
With or Without Child, Are a Child, or Long to be a Child, Healthy, Wounded, or Just Tired …Rich, Poor, or Squeezed in the Middle …Republican, Democrat, Independent, Socialist, or Not Registered to Vote …Baptist, Buddhist, Roman Catholic or Protestant, Jewish, Muslim, Spiritual But Not Religious, Agnostic, “Unchurched,” or a Cradle Episcopalian …Let’s All Journey Together in Service, Love and Acceptance.  

What to Expect

When you come to St Nicholas you can expect to be welcomed into a friendly, positive environment by people who are not only excited to see you but cant wait to get to know you. Our service lasts an hour, and is filled with people from all walks of life. There is a choir and an amazing music minister to fill your heart with song. Every week you can come hear an inspiring message from the Gospel (Bible) and our amazing Clergy.
Let us know you are coming so we can roll out the red carpet for you. Arrive a few minutes early to get a great seat.  Don't forget to come have coffee with us and so we can have an opportunity for us to meet. 

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What to Expect

When you come to St Nicholas you can expect to be welcomed into a friendly, positive environment by people who are not only excited to see you but cant wait to get to know you. Our service lasts an hour, and is filled with people from all walks of life. There is a choir and an amazing music minister to fill your heart with song. Every week you can come hear an inspiring message from the Gospel (Bible) and our amazing Clergy.
Let us know you are coming so we can roll out the red carpet for you. Arrive a few minutes early to get a great seat.  Don't forget to come have coffee with us and so we can have an opportunity for us to meet. 

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WHAT DO I WEAR

You’ll find people wearing anything from casual attire to business suits. St Nicholas Episcopal Church is not about what you look like or what you wear.  Dress how you feel most comfortable
and who you are!

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YOUR FIRST TIME HERE

Our goal is to make you feel welcome from the moment you arrive. Be sure to let us know you are coming and we will be waiting for you so our greeters can welcome you and make sure that you know exactly where to go. We can't wait
to meet you! 

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ASK US ANYTHING?

Do you need more information? Contact us , we are looking forward to helping you. Feel free to call or send us a message. 

The Steps to the Service

  • When you come to worship on Sunday mornings you will be given a service bulletin.  The Book of Common Prayer (BCP) and The Hymnal 1982 are located in the pews. 
  • Our service is called Holy Communion or “Eucharist” (a word meaning “Thanksgiving” in Greek).
    Since the beginning of the Church, the Holy Spirit has gathered Christians together to break bread and give thanks to God the Father for what he has done for us through his Son Jesus Christ (Acts 2:42).
  • The service is divided into two parts: 
    “The Liturgy of the Word” and “The Liturgy of the Table.”
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    The first part includes readings from scripture, a response to God’s word from the pulpit, songs and prayers. The second portion of the service, Holy Communion, is when we observe the special meal Jesus shared with his disciples. Jesus said, “Do this in remembrance of me.”
    It is an outward and visible sign of our “communing” with him.
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    All baptized Christians are welcome to take communion in the Episcopal Church. You will notice that in some portions of the service some people are standing and some are kneeling, you may choose to do as you feel the most comfortable.