Worship

Join us on Sundays for worship, education and fellowship.  At 8 am, we have an intimate “service of the word.”  Omitting the hymns, this service tends to be shorter (40 minutes), allowing for work commitments and continued worship in the great cathedral of the Jackson Hole area.  We still sing the Kyrie, the Canticle of Praise, the Holy Holy Holy, and the Lamb of God.  At 10 am, we have our traditional worship with hymns reflecting and enhancing the themes of the day.  Between services, all ages are invited to join a small education group.  We are currently exploring the prophets.  In December, we will be exploring Advent through the lens of Narnia (reading C.S. Lewis’s classic The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe).

Come visit!  Attire tends to be “Jackson casual” – wear what you want.  Sit wherever you’d like and participate as much as you feel comfortable.

Liturgy comes from the greek for “people” and “work” – worship is the work of the people!  The Worship Board helps shape our experience of each liturgical season.  There are many opportunities to serve as an assisting minister, reader, usher or acolyte, or behind-the-scenes with the altar guild.  We also have a small seasonal choir preparing for Advent and Christmas – rehearsals are Wednesdays from 6:30 – 8 pm.  Come sing with us!

The sanctuary on Good Friday

For 2019’s World Day of Prayer, a map facilitated prayers for the healing of the nations.

We use our whole building for worship!  Changing our space and seating arrangement can facilitate our thinking about the changes we hope to see in our lives, our community and the world.