St. Gregory's is bursting with activities: classes and programs, meals and concerts, church and community group meetings. If you're interested in holding an event or a wedding at St. Gregory's, email email@example.com.
Groups, classes and programs sponsored by the church are open to everyone.
As often as possible, we’re going to throw open the doors of our church to whoever wants to use it as a study space, work space, meeting space, social space. Use our wi-fi for free. Have some coffee. Meet your neighbors, or just work quietly by yourself.More information
Meet on the front steps to work in the garden from 9AM-noon. Weeding, picking up trash, pruning, watering, beautifying, repairs. All ages welcome-- conversation, potluck lunch. Contact: .
Quiet prayer, meditation, psalms
A simple 45-minute service.
All ages welcome in worship; nursery care for infants available
Vibrant 90-minute liturgy with singing and dancing.
All ages welcome; nursery care available for infants.
2nd Sundays, Children, teens, and adults share a simple service and potluck meal from 5-6:30 PM
Learn more here.
Join an ongoing conversation about our Supper Service scripture stories here.
Palm Sunday, March 29
Breakfast at 8:30 AM, liturgy at 10:45 AM. Waving palms and singing hosannas, we walk through the streets, marking Jesus’ entrance into Jerusalem.
Maundy Thursday, April 2
6 PM. We share Jesus’ love feast, remembering his last meal when he knelt to wash his friends’ feet; then we strip the church empty. Bring dry fruit, nuts, cheese cut veggies, nothing that needs a fork, for the shared meal.
Good Friday, April 3
7 PM. In a quiet, darkened church, we sing burial songs for Jesus, offering flowers and prayers.
Easter Vigil, April 4
8 PM. In a candlelit church, we celebrate the whole story of God’s work among us, crowned in Jesus’ resurrection. We process through the night shouting hymns of joy, then sing, dance, feast, and sing some more!
Easter Sunday, April 5
10:45 AM. We celebrate the new life of baptism, the bread and wine of Eucharist, then share a picnic lunch in the churchyard.
Learn more about our Holy Week services and see videos here.More information
Visit St. Gregory’s Community Baptism Blog, where people from St. Gregory’s share their own stories and experiences of baptism.
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