Our stone-chapel greets the setting sun and encroaching evening in the beatify and warmth of candlelight. Our Evening service is a blend of old and new, ancient patterns and new perspectives. A cantor leads us in song and chant and their voice lifts from the marble chancel and fills the sanctuary. A short homily is offered by one of our ministers and prayers offered by a member of the congregation. Holy Communion is celebrated in the round, with worshipers standing around the Communion Table to sing, pray, and feast. All who are hungry are invited to come to this new, 45 minute service: 6 PM at the church, every Wednesday evening. It may be just what you need to feed your hungry soul.
"In candlelight, the Church looks beautiful. The astonishing solo voice of one of our choir members lifts from the marble chancel up front he stands. On the communion table next to him is a fresh loaf of challah bread, sweet to the taste. One of our ministers offers a short homily. We all sing and pray and then move to stand around the communion table - all of us there in a circle. We hear these words from our ministers: Among Jesus that evening was one who would deny him, one who would doubt him, one who would betray him, and in his hour of most need they would all desert him, and he knew it. If he was ready to eat with them, surely he is ready to eat with us: Baptized or Not, Believe a little or believe a lot, Saint or Sinner or a little bit of both, all you have to be is hungry to come to this table.” -Member of King’s Chapel