What to Expect*

Service times are 9:00 AM & 10:30 AM.  The 9:00 AM service lasts approximately one hour.  The liturgy (order of service) follows the Book of Common Prayer.  The music is mainly contemporary (accompanied by acoustic guitar and piano), the sermon is between 20-25 mins, and Holy Communion is offered each Sunday.  Nursery and children’s church is available at the 9:00 AM service. Children are dismissed prior to the sermon and returned to their family before Communion.

The 10:30 AM service is more traditional than the 9:00 AM (choir, robed clergy and a processional and recessional). Coloring books are available for children and the nursery is open as a “cry room”.  We do not yet offer children church or nursery workers at the 10:30 AM service.

Coffee and refreshments are offered in the fellowship hall – located downstairs – after each service.  Please join us!

*COVID-19 Update:  We have made some temporary changes to our Sunday services due to COVID-19 restrictions.  Masks and social distancing are now required, and we ask that you make a reservation by calling the church at 636-536-6420 if you are planning to attend either the 9:00 AM or the 10:30 AM Service.  Both services are identical with an Anglican liturgy, Biblical preaching, Holy Communion, and some music (Children’s Church is available during the 9:00 AM Service).  The 10:30 AM Service is also available on Facebook live and Zoom audio.  Coffee and refreshments are not available at this time.


What is Anglicanism?

Anglicanism is a Christian tradition rooted in the faith and practice of early Christianity, developed during the sixteenth-century Protestant Reformation in England, and now a major global expression of Christianity, with over 77 million adherents. Although there are various expressions of Anglicanism today, the supreme authority of Scripture is a key element of the Anglican heritage, as is liturgical and sacramental worship. Anglicans look to the Book of Common Prayer and the Thirty Nine Articles as sources of theological and liturgical identity. Many Anglicans seek to embody three streams of the Christian tradition: the Word, Sacraments, and the Holy Spirit.  At its best Anglicanism has been a major force of Christian mission in the world, witnessing to the good news of Jesus through word and deed.