If you visit Holy Comforter, you will find that we read a good bit of the Bible every week, and we hear a sermon in response to the scriptures. We profess the faith that we share, we pray for the needs of all people, and we celebrate the Eucharist along with the joys and blessings of life.
All of these things point us to the heart of our worship as Episcopalians: the Eucharist, or Holy Communion. We experience the Real Presence of Jesus Christ in this ancient sharing of bread and wine, which we celebrate each Sunday. Church is not just what happens on Sunday morning. We have many opportunities to worship together virtually or out in the community during the week.
Our goal at Holy Comforter is to make our worship simple and holy, lively and engaging.
We invite you to join us, wherever you may be along your own journey of faith.
Sunday Morning Worship
- 8 a.m. English Service
- 10 a.m. English Service (also available through Online Worship)
- 11 a.m. Coffee Hour
- 12:30 p.m. Spanish Service
Virtual worship connects us when we can’t be together physically, when we are traveling, and at those times when it is simply more convenient to hop online. If you are new, please fill out the Newcomer Form so we can get to know you better!Read More »
Click below for the service bulletin
For the current readings, you may visit The Lectionary Page online.
The touchstone of our community life is the weekly celebration of the Holy Eucharist. This remembrance of and thanksgiving for Christ's sacrificial love is prepared for by many people -- clergy, staff, lectors, altar guild, singers, vergers, hosts/greeters, and more. For a typical Sunday schedule with multiple Eucharists, it takes more than 20 volunteers to adequately staff all n…Read More »
The Anglican heritage of worship and music, centuries old yet enriched by modern influences, is a rich and vital part of congregational life at Holy Comforter. In his letter to the Corinthians, Saint Paul encourages readers to “sing with the spirit, and with the understanding also” (1 Corinthians 14:15). This spiritual principle guides the music program at Holy Comforter, whi…Read More »
The “Rite of Christian Initiation” is how we refer to the sacrament of Baptism at Holy Comforter. Baptism “sets the table” for a lifelong relationship with God. It requires a time for parents and sponsors/godparents to spend educating themselves to equip the baptized to live into the person that God is calling them to be. At Holy Comforter we generally celebrate the sacra…Read More »
Holy Comforter loves to be a part of blessing life-long unions, and we would love to help you design and celebrate yours! This journey together will include time with our clergy and staff, as well as doing the psychological and spiritual homework that will help your marriage be a successful one.
One or both parties of the couple who wish to get married at Holy Comforter must be …Read More »
Funerals and memorial services for members may be held at Holy Comforter, with a Rite that Celebrates their life. Clergy work intimately with families to be sure that this moment is lovingly and faithfully observed. On-site interment options include spaces for purchase in our Columbarium or in our Memorial Garden without cost. Plaques may be purchased to memorialize our loved one…Read More »