Visitors are always welcome at Resurrection. There is a place for you in our diverse and welcoming congregation. We hope that you will worship with us and become part of the Body of Christ in this place.

Sunday is our traditional day of worship, and the Holy Eucharist (also called Communion and the Lord’s Supper) is the principal act of worship on this day. The Book of Common Prayer guides our liturgical service; at our later service, it is reproduced in a comprehensive bulletin that will assist you. Our 8:30 am service is quiet, contemplative, and uses the historic language of Rite I. The later service is enriched by our organ and parish choir and is a family-friendly, yet still traditional liturgy. All baptized Christians are invited to receive communion at the Lord’s table.

Children are very welcome in our services. The later service includes elements for our youngest worshipers. Nursery, led by one staff person and a volunteer, is available for preschool children from 9:15 am until 11:45 am, in the Parish House. Children ages 4 through 2nd grade can follow the children’s crucifer out of the church before the reading of the Gospel and sermon, for Children’s Worship. They return at the Peace. Parents can collect smaller children from the nursery at the Peace or just before receiving communion. The St. Cecilia Children’s Choir sings periodically at the later service.

Dress for services varies; you’ll see ties and dresses and jeans and sport shirts. Parking is available in the lots behind the church, on Marion Avenue, and in adjacent lots downtown. The main entrances to the church are through the bell tower and the courtyard, at the South Main Street end of the property. Handicapped access is via the covered breezeway. Please contact us in advance if we can assist you.

Once here, we encourage you to complete a visitor’s card, found in the pew. We want to welcome you to this church, answer your questions, and offer you opportunities to serve and learn in the name of Christ. Please come and grow in Christ with us.