“…when Christ is revealed, we will be like him, for we will see him as he is.” (1 John 3:2)
Our worship and music embrace all our senses, our emotion, and our energy. We do this for ourselves, of course. But above all, we offer our full selves like this to God because this delights God. What better life together is there?
So, we sit, kneel, stand, and genuflect. We chant, sing, speak, and listen. We might cross our bodies, hearts, and mouths. We gladly receive the opportunities for silence and tranquility that our worship brings.
Above all we listen, pray, and adore.
Nothing is mandatory or compulsory. We each participate as we each wish, how and when we each feel called. Together, in our worship, we learn to adore and to glimpse a world bigger and greater and more beautiful than seems possible.
This worship is best understood by being experienced. So come and see all this brought to life on a typical Sunday morning. Feel free to ask a priest or usher any question you wish.