As we are physically closed and spiritually open, we remain a joyful, thriving church community online. King's Chapel is committed to providing meaningful spiritual experiences while our members and friends worship from home.
Morning Light Service
Sundays from 9:00-9:30 AM on Zoom Come join us for an intimate service of contemporary music and prayer as we gather weekly to listen to the Word, share our joys and concerns, and abide with one another in fellowship. The music is led by Roland "Skip" Lewan from the piano, incorporating elements of jazz and improvisation. We'll open up Zoom at 8:50 for greetings, start the service promptly at 9:00, and a short "coffee hour" will follow the service.
To participate, please register in advance here to access the Zoom link.
Morning Prayer Service
Summer 2021 Schedule: As we work to prepare for our in-person worship this Fall, we will offer two live-streamed traditional Morning Prayer services available on YouTube for August 22 and September 12. These services feature beautiful music, stately prayers, and our ministers’ reflections on the week’s lessons.
King's Chapel's YouTube Channel Watch all our recorded services, sermons, and more on YouTube!
Evensong Service "For All Seasons"
Watch our first attempt to create a virtual version of our beloved Evensong service, recorded last October 2020. For those more familiar with the pomp and circumstance of Choral Evensong, this much more scaled back and intimate version contains many of the same elements; a sung psalm, Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis. This "Evensong for all seasons" was created with the hope that you can to return to it as many times as you find meaningful during this challenging time.
Holy Communion from Home
David Waters, Minister for Education & Membership shares with our young...and older...friends at King's Chapel how we celebrate Communion Sunday. And how we will virtually celebrate Communion together during our worship services from home!
Prayer Requests & Spiritual Guidance
Please know that King's Chapel continues to be available for prayer and conversation in this difficult and troubling time. Even as we miss gathering in person, let us take this opportunity to strengthen the bonds of our fellowship with one another: calling each other, praying for each other, supporting one another in whatever way we're able.