The public worship of the Episcopal Church centers on the Holy Eucharist – the service of Holy Communion.  Eucharist means “thanksgiving” and each week we give thanks and praise to God through listening to God’s Word and participating in the sacrament of Holy Communion.  In this community worship we find forgiveness, grace, healing, renewal, and strength for the journey.  All are welcome here at God’s table.

Sunday Worship

9:00 am Holy Eucharist. This is our primary service, with music and Rite 2 (modern language) liturgy.  This service is family oriented and children are always welcome.  Coffee and fellowship follow.

We believe that children are a vital part of our worshiping community. We have a nursery for your convenience, but your children are always encouraged to participate and welcomed in church. If you wish childcare, simply speak with the priest before services and he will arrange it for you.

Other Worship Opportunities

Every first Friday of the month, we have a Healing Service with Holy Eucharist at noon.

Occasional Taize Worship Services are scheduled irregularly throughout the year. Please check our calendar for upcoming special services.

Seasonal Worship Services – we hold special worship services for all major Christian holidays and most major Feast Days. Annual services include: Christmas, Epiphany, Ash Wednesday, Palm Sunday, Holy Wednesday, Maunday Thursday, Good Friday, The Great Vigil of Easter, Easter Morning, Pentecost, and All Saint’s Day among others. Please check our calendar for upcoming special services.

Worship News

NEW Service Time:- We have transitioned to one weekly Sunday service at 9:00 am, with music. If you have any questions, please contact the Church Secretary Kristen and (909) 534-8671. Jeremiah 29:11-13 “For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope. Then […]
News from the Priest July- Dear Friends in Christ, In this 5 part series we will cover Petition, Intercession, Confession, Adoration, and Thanksgiving.  Pt. 2 Intercessory Prayer – What is it? Intercessory prayer is prayer for others. An intercessor is one who takes the place of another or pleads another’s case. One study Bible defines intercession as “holy, believing, persevering […]
News from the Priest June- Dear Friends in Christ, In this 5 part series we will cover Petition, Intercession, Confession, Adoration, and Thanksgiving.  There are dozens of ways to pray.  The right method for you may depend on personality, temperament, and what is going on in your life right now. But a full prayer life always includes a regular time-usually […]
News from the Priest May- Dear Friends in Christ, Here’s a question for the merry month of May: Who Is My Neighbor? (Luke 10:30-37) When Jesus preached or was asked a question, he often responded with a parable. One example of this is the parable of the Good Samaritan. When asked, “Who is my neighbor?”, rather than respond with a […]
April/Easter Events & Times- Sun 7 – Outreach Committee Meeting, 9 amSun 14 – Palm Sunday, 8 & 10 amSun 14 – Monthly Brunch, 9 amThurs. 18 – Maundy Thursday, 7 pmFri 19 – Good Friday, 3 pmSat 20 – The Great Vigil, 7 pmSun 21 – Easter SunRise Service at the Lake Arrowhead Resort – 6:15 amSun 21 […]
News from the Priest April- Dear Friends in Christ,  As we transition from March to April, from winter to spring, from the closing weeks of Lent to the Glory of Eastertide, let’s take a look at some ideas/events reflected in the life and ministry of Christ.First of all the Resurrection changed everything-the course of history, the transition from BC to […]
News from the Priest March- Dear Friends in Christ,   As we approach the Lenten Season, we might want to focus on what are the characteristics of contemporary “Saints of God”–  a role that we are all called to. Here are some reflections from Thomas Merton. “A saint is capable of loving created things  and enjoying the use of them and dealing […]
News From The Priest February- Dear Friends in Christ, As we enter the month of February, a familiar site in store windows and stores in general greets our eyes—Valentine’s Day greeting cards, candies, etc.  People plan weddings, engagements, intimate dinners; children pass out Valentine’s Day cards at school.  The focus is on a celebration of “Love and Affection”.  However, given […]
Outreach Committee Newsletter January- Outreach Committee InvitationThe Outreach Committee would like to thank the St. Richard’s parishioners for their support of the mission of the Outreach Com.We would like to invite you to our first meeting of 2019 at 9 am on Sunday Feb. 3rd. We hold the meeting at 9 am, so both the 8 o’clock and 10 […]
New From The Priest November- Dear Friends in Christ, Part 3: For over fifteen hundred years; Christians heard the parables as they were read during the Eucharist. Scholars, monks, bishops, and some priests read them personally, studied them, and wrote books about them. They even reproduced them, word for word, often with great style and beauty. Most people heard Scripture […]

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