St. Gregory's has served the wider Church over the years by freely offering the results of our years of liturgical innovation and experimentation. We call these documents "scripts" because they contain both the lines spoken in the liturgy and directions for action. All of them have been developed by repeated use in our own liturgical space, so adaptation is required for using them in other contexts. We hope that you won't try to copy what we do at St. Gregory's exactly, but will adapt these scripts and materials so they work for you! The materials below were written for St. Gregory's daily and weekly liturgies, Holy Week services, and special services.
Weekly Sunday Scripts
We have four Sunday liturgies: Daybreak - an early morning office of prayer, chant and silence; the 8:30 Eucharist - a simple 45-minute sung Eucharist; the 11:00 Eucharist - a more elaborate 75-minute sung Eucharist with choir; and the Supper Service - a monthly Eucharist with a shared evening meal.
Special Liturgy Scripts
We make use of liturgical practices from many different traditions. You will see that reflected in our Ash Wednesday script. We also make use of the most recent liturgies of the Episcopal Church, including our marriage script. You can also find a script for a funeral held during the Sunday morning liturgy, as well as our Baptism script.