For most of the year Sunday morning worship is scheduled for 8AM and 10AM—except in the summer when we move to 8AM and 9:15AM.
The 8AM service is quiet and intimate. It’s almost always a service of Holy Communion, and there is usually no music. “Traditional,” Elizabethan language is used. (Thee’s and Thou’s abound!) The 8AM worshipping congregation is incredibly friendly, and oftentimes the entire group goes out to breakfast following church.
The 10AM service is filled with music, is almost always a service of Holy Communion, and modern english is spoken. Most of the year there is a choir, and the congregation always sings hymns. The worship style of the 10AM service can vary from week to week. One week it might be full choir and organ, the next week it might be a contemporary service (complete with guitars and drums), and once a month we have a “family service,” where the children and youth take a prominent role in the leading of worship.