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"Seven whole days, not one in seven, I will praise thee."

Mass, the eucharist, holy communion, the Lord's supper: it is known by many names and we celebrate it here every day.  We invite you to join us for a service that suits you.

Regular times are listed here. Changes will appear on our Event Calendar.

Sunday Masses

 8:00 am  a said service: quiet, reflective and intimate (about forty minutes)

9:30 am  a contemporary, modern language service: adults and children participate in reading, leading prayer, singing and playing Orff musical instruments; a Sunday school program is offered (about one hour)

11:00 am  a solemn, high, traditional language service: rich ceremonial and a sense of mystery and awe; music includes plainchant, Gregorian chant and choral music from the middle ages to the contemporary; a Sunday school program is offered (about one hour and fifteen minutes)

Weekday Masses

 Mondays

6:00 pm  The first day of the work week can be stressful. Stop by on the way home for a half hour of quiet time with God.

Tuesdays

7:15 am  Start the morning with a quiet, half hour service, followed by a convivial breakfast with shared preparation and clean-up, and still be in time for work.

 Wednesdays

10:00 am  Come to our half hour mid-morning service.  If you have time to stay afterwards, join us for coffee and conversation.  You are also most welcome to participate in the discussion group which follows at 11:00 (one hour).

 Thursdays

7:15 am  Start the morning with a quiet, half hour service, followed by a convivial breakfast with shared preparation and clean-up, and still be in time for work.

10:00 am  La Messa – mass in Italian. Mass is said in Portuguese on the last Thursday of the month.

 Fridays

6:00 pm  Thank God; it's Friday and the end of a busy work week.  Ease gently into the weekend with a quiet half hour service before you head for home.

 Saturdays

10:00 am  You can sleep a little later and still start the morning with a quiet, half hour service, followed by a convivial breakfast with shared preparation and clean-up, before you get on with your weekend plans.

 Other Masses (as announced on the Event Calendar) Special feast days are celebrated several times a year, with procession, choral music, chant, and hymn-singing, sometimes on a weekday evening followed by a potluck supper and sometimes on Saturday morning.