Our primary worship service is our livestream service at 9 a.m. on Sundays. We also have a weekly online service of noonday prayer on Wednesdays. And, on Thursdays during Lent, we will read Morning Prayer together on Zoom at 7:30 a.m.
And, finally, during Lent, we have several offerings; the chapel will be open for personal prayer periodically, and we will celebrate Holy Eucharist in the Courtyard at 4pm. Chapel prayer and the outdoor services require preregistration, and, will be held in accordance with Diocesan and Parish guidelines.
Known for its traditional Anglican liturgy, outstanding music program, and historic Chapel and Church worship spaces, the Chapel of the Cross offers a menu of opportunities for holy Eucharist, evening prayer, children’s chapel, healing, and other special services.
Regular Service Schedule
|Sunday||9:00 a.m.||Holy Eucharist||Livestream|
|Sunday||4:00 p.m.||Holy Eucharist||In-Person, preregistration required|
|Wednesday||12:00 p.m.||Noonday Prayer||Livestream|
Retirement Community Service Schedule
Retirement Community Services are suspended due to COVID until further notice
Every month on the third Monday, a special group of Chapel of the Cross parishioners, students, and our neighbors and friends with developmental disabilities gathers in the church for a service of prayers, songs, stories, and hospitality. With guitars, hand instruments, and our joyful voices, we take particular delight in being together as God’s children. In December, we have our traditional Christmas pageant, with costumes and Christmas carols.
If you would like to learn more or volunteer to help with this service please contact Jean McDonald.
Periodically throughout the year we hold special contemplative services in the Celtic style of spirituality. With the help of our Spiritual Life Guild, in consultation with our clergy, we transform our worship spaces using greenery, candlelight, and atmospheric music that allows for a liturgy of quiet and peace. The worship service is traditional in form and much of its content, but moves at a slower pace, with periods of silence, and times of musical meditation and poetry, as well as prayers that emphasize the holiness of all creation in their language.