Saturdays at 5:30 pm | Rite II
Our 5:30 pm service is a Eucharist using Rite II from the Book of Common Prayer (with contemporary language), a homily and no music.
Sundays at 8 am | Rite I
A simple celebration of the Eucharist using Rite I from the Book of Common Prayer (with traditional language), a brief homily and instrumental organ music only for Prelude, Offertory, and Communion.
Sundays at 10 am | Rite II
Our 10 am service is a Choral Eucharist with organ using Rite II from the Book of Common Prayer (with contemporary language), which includes congregational singing of hymns with a full choir.
The 10 am service is also offered via Livestreaming for parishioners worshiping at home.
Please be sure to join us for Coffee Hour in the Parish Hall following each Sunday morning service.
Wednesdays at 10 am | Rite II
This 10 am weekday service is a Special Healing Eucharist using Rite II from the Book of Common Prayer (with contemporary language).
You are invited to join Fr. Wes for Bible Study following this service at 11 am in the Conference Room. After a long COVID hiatus, we are having Bible Study again! There is sure to be lots of fellowship and thought-provoking discussion.
“Be still, and know that I am God! I am exalted amont the nations, I am exalted in the earth.”
For more information about scheduling your Baptism at St. Augustine's please contact a clergy person.
COVID Precautions Masks are no longer required. Those who wish to continue wearing a mask are free to do so. Communion is no longer by intinction only. Please contact Fr. Wes if you have any concerns.
Photo Permissions Our services may be livestreamed and/or recorded. By entering the church premises, you consent to photography, audio recording, video recording and its/their release, publication, or reproduction to be used for live streaming, promotional purposes, advertising, inclusion on web sites, and/or other purposes by St. Augustine of Canterbury. If you would prefer not to be shown on camera, please sit on the choir side of the nave, in the last two rows.