Sunday Worship

Saint Patrick's worships on Sunday mornings at 10:00 a.m. at The Lighthouse Ministries Ministry Center at 190 Spruce Street (The corner of Corral and Spruce).

What to expect:

Liturgy. We are liturgical church and so we worship using a set pattern of prayers and readings designed to help everyone join into worship. We have a booklet that is very easy to follow and give simple instructions at the beginning of every service.

Song. Our music is a simple of expression of both contemporary and tradition forms. Our music team is usually a guitar, vocalist and simple percussion.

Communion. We have communion every Sunday. We believe this is central to worship and is the main way we meet Jesus. Communion is open to every baptized Christian no matter the denomination. We give detailed instructions for participating every Sunday.

Scripture. We read lots of scripture: three lessons and a Psalm. Our sermon or homily is based on one or more of these readings.

Prayer. A prayer ministry team is always available during Communion to pray for any needs brought to them.

Fellowship. Simple refreshments are offered every Sunday so we can connect after worship.

Comfortable. Everyone dresses in a comfortable manner.

We would love for you to join us!

Click here for directions and parking.

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