Whoever you are, wherever you are on your journey of faith, you will find a home here. Saint Jude’s is a welcoming, inclusive community that celebrates each and every person. You can learn more about us here or by downloading our brochure.
Please join us Sunday mornings at 8:00 am or 10:30 am (childcare available). We look forward to meeting you! (5th Sunday is one service at 9:15 am.)
Remembering our loved ones who have died this Sunday on All Saints Day, November 2nd. There will be a table set up outside the main doors on Sunday where you can write their names on a strip of paper and place it in the container which will blessed during the services. If you have already written your loved one down in the binder, you do not need to do it again. This allows for more names other than the ones who have died in the last year. Feel free to email (here) the office with your saints' names by 2:00 pm on Friday, October 31st for inclusion.
Nov. 8, St. Jude's 101, 10:00 am to 12:00 pm in the Farmhouse. Come and learn all about St. Jude's --who we are and how we fit into the broader Anglican and Episcopal tradition.
Nov. 9, American Tales: A Family Divided, 4:30 pm in the Parish Hall. There will be a free soup dinner (free-will donation) and we will hear from one mother's experience as a Latin American immigrant. Sponsored by St. Jude's Social Justice Outreach and PACT (People Acting together in Community).
Be sure to read about other recent and upcoming Parish Events.
- 8:00 am: Holy Communion
- 9:15 am: Sunday Forum
- 10:25 am: Sunday School
- 10:30 am: Holy Communion with Choir
- Note: On the 5th Sunday of the month, there is only one service at 9:15 am and no Sunday School.
- Mon-Fri 9:15-9:35 am: Contemplative Morning Prayer
- Tue 6:30 pm: Taizé prayers
- Wed Noon: Holy Communion & Healing
Whoever you are, wherever you are on your journey of faith, you are welcome here.