Worship at St. Gregory the Great centers around the celebration of Holy Eucharist. Relying on the flexibility and liturgical richness of The Book of Common Prayer, the congregation of St. Gregory practices both traditional and innovative modes of worship. The language of the service is inclusive, as is congregational participation in worship roles—acolytes, lay readers, Eucharistic ministers, ushers, altar guild members, flower guild members, musicians. All confirmed members of the church, regardless of age, race, gender, or sexual orientation are encouraged to assist in the experience of worship. Most importantly, all of the congregation are invited to the Eucharistic table to share the bread and wine.
Families looking for a different worship experience are invited to Rhythms of Grace, on the 2nd Sunday of every month at 3PM at St. Gregory's Episcopal Church. This adaptive service is designed to be welcoming to those for whom conventional worship may be difficult, including those sensitive to loud music or crowds, those on the Autism spectrum, and wiggly children who just want to move! The service features scripture and storytelling, therapeutic play, and a simplified prayer for Holy Communion. Gathering and dismissal rituals and visual and auditory cues help with transitioning. St. Gregory's hosts Rhythms of Grace on the second Sunday of each month in our sanctuary. All are welcome at every service at St. Gregory’s. Please invite your friends! Any questions? Contact Catherine Drewry, director of Children’s Ministries at 706-201-7241 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The Rev. Gordon Bienvenue may be reached at 706-850-0090 or email@example.com.
Schedule of Services
Sunday: Services & Christian Education
6PM Eucharist on Sundays
Please join us for a rootin’-tootin’ good time of worship at the Sunday evening service. This is the monthly schedule:
1st Sunday: High Church Eucharist
2nd Sunday: Gospel Eucharist
3rd Sunday: Taize Eucharist
4th Sunday: New Zealand BCP Eucharist
5th Sunday (when there is one): Folk Music Eucharist
Come get your praise on with us at the 6PM Sunday service!
We will take a break during the summer. Our last 6PM this spring will be on May 12.