Worship & Fellowship
9:30 am Holy Eucharist (in person or join on Zoom)
10:45 am Sunday School (in person or join on Zoom)
We are currently open for worship on Sunday. We require masks and social distancing for all worshipers. For contact tracing, we will ask you for your name and email address. Our lovely sanctuary is quite small, though we do have adjacent overflow seating in our Guild Hall. Throughout November, we will talk about the spiritual practice of gratitude during Sunday School. We invite you to join us, where ever you are - spiritually or physically.
If you'd like to attend via Zoom, please send us an email, and we will email you the login information.
The Episcopal Church uses the Book of Common Prayer for congregational worship and individual devotions. Three Sunday mornings a month, you will experience a service that we call "Holy Eucharist" or "Mass". This service includes scripture readings, a sermon, prayers, hymns with organ music, and communion. The Episcopal Church welcomes all our Christian brothers and sisters to receive communion.
On the second Sunday of the month, the congregation gathers for Morning Prayer, a service of scripture readings, prayers and a sermon that is led by lay members of the church.
You can learn more about how Episcopalians worship by clicking on What to Expect.
Wednesday Evening Education
Join us on Wednesday evenings on Zoom from 7:00-8:00 for our current series called Embracing Evangelism. If you'd like to attend, please send us an email, and we will be glad to send you the login information.
Sharing Table Take-Out Breakfasts
First and third Thursdays: 7:00-9:00 a.m
Sharing Table offers guests a free, hot, made-to-order breakfast two Thursdays a month. Due to Covid precautions, this is a take-out meal only. Choose from a breakfast burrito or egg/
ham/cheese breakfast sandwich, with sausage, hash browns and pancakes on the side. Have a cup of coffee or juice while you briefly wait for your meal to be prepared.
Faith & Film Series
Third Sundays, 6:30-8:00 pm (Zoom only)
We call this monthly event "a pilgrimage through different times and cultures to explore the relationship between faith and justice." Discussion group participants watch a movie in advance and then come together for a lively discussion, lead by Doug Benson. You can find the entire schedule here.
Special Event: All Souls Day Prayer Service
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700 Lincoln Avenue
Wamego, KS 66547
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