The Sisters center their lives around the worship of God by praying the Daily Offices found in the 1979 Book of Common Prayer and in the daily celebration of the Eucharist. This pattern of prayer is found in the Rule of St. Benedict as a means for grounding all the work the Sisters do in the knowledge and love of God. All are welcome at our public services. Many community members attend the Sunday Eucharist and breakfast that follows.

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WORSHIP SERVICES

Monday: No Public Services*

 

 

Tuesday - Friday

Morning Prayer:   7:30 AM (7:00 on Feast Days)

Midday Office:      12:00 PM

Evening Prayer:     5:00 PM

Compline:              7:45 PM

Saturday & Sunday

Morning Prayer:   8:00 AM (Saturday Only)

Eucharist:              8:00 AM

Midday Office:     12:30 PM

Evensong:             5:00 PM (Sung Evening Prayer)

* No public services on Monday, the Sisters’ Sabbath day, unless announced.

** The Sisters have a private quiet day on the first Wednesday of each month.

REGARDING COVID PROTOCOLS

Dear Friends,

 

Due to our limited number of chalices and small chapel size, we are asking people to sign up online ahead of time for our 7:30am weekday Eucharists (currently limited to only major feasts) and our 8am Sunday Eucharists by entering your name in our spreadsheet by clicking the RSVP button above.

We are also asking people to sign up to come just one Sunday per month - to give other people the opportunity to join us for worship.

However, if you would still like to come on another Sunday in the month, please email Sister Felicity to be put on a waitlist, and we will notify you on Saturday (the day before) if there are still spaces available.

This current system will be in place until September, when we will re-evaluate the situation of the safety of our chapel procedures based on the data from the ongoing pandemic. We appreciate your understanding of our efforts to be able to safely administer communion in both kinds while at the same time encouraging a variety of people to be able to come to our limited Eucharists during this pandemic.