Regathering in Person and Online
Support Our Work
We invite visitors to the church and website to join St. Gregory’s members and friends in giving generously to support all the work of the church. Your help today makes it possible to continue the work that God gives us to do. As Gregory of Nyssa teaches, all that we give is in gratitude for God’s gifts to us.
In-Person and Online Liturgy
Our Sunday Eucharist is live and interactive. The hour long service begins at 10:00 AM. We sing together, offer our own prayers, hear the scriptures, and share in making the sermon. Those who join us in person are asked to abide by county and diocesan safety guidelines. Following the liturgy, you're welcome to continue the conversation at coffee hour. The service is live-streamed via Zoom teleconferencing. Just email, and we'll share the login information (email during office hours on Tuesday - Friday.)
The Icon Group
Sharing the joy of icons with all people is the first agreement of the iconographer. You are welcome to join our icon group online via Zoom teleconferencing every Sunday at 2:00 PM. For years, St. Gregory's icon group has met to "write" (paint) icons in the fourteenth-century Russian style. We're still making icons and learning from each other in our zoom studio. Contact Betsy for login information.
Daily Morning Prayer on Zoom
We gather Tuesday – Friday at 7:30 AM for Zoom Morning Prayer. This short service is a time to listen to scripture, chant the Psalms, share our prayers, and experience silence in community. Start your day with 30-minutes of prayer. Contact Paul for login information.
Daily Morning Prayer In Person
We're also meeting in person at the church for Morning Prayer Monday - Friday at 8:00 AM. Join us for this short, sung morning service.
Recordings of Our Services
In addition to joining us live for Sunday worship, you can watch our videos at anytime. And if you'd like to listen to sermons, you can find a full listing here.
Online Worship Resources
To learn more about St. Gregory's online, check out our home worship resources, and other ways that are staying connected while observing physical distancing.