WORSHIP WITH US! 

Covid-19 Update: We have temporarily suspended Sunday service and all other gatherings at our church.  

The health and safety of St. Jude's parishioners and community are our highest priority at this time.  

We encourage you to stay connected in your spirituality to help get through this difficult time.  

Pastor Christina will be reaching out with weekly messages to help us to "BE TOGETHER" as we

continue to practice safe social distancing.  


*If you are not already on our email list, send your contact info to stjude19444@gmail.com to be added.


We are a diverse and inclusive Christian community who are seeking to know, love and serve God together. We believe that spiritual growth and development are an important part of our life's journey, and we value the participation and gifts of all our members, young and old.


We worship joyfully in the Anglican tradition! Sunday Eucharist Service is at 10:30 am (temporarily cancelled) (Rite II). We primarily use the Episcopal Book of Common Prayer and Hymnals but we enjoy incorporating additional worship practices or resources from other cultures and denominations.  First Sundays:  Parish Forum follows the service; Third Sundays:  Bible Study follows the service;  

Fourth Sundays:  Healing Prayer held during the service. 


Our doors and our arms are open wide to all!

Hospitality is our specialty. We would be delighted to welcome you whether you are looking for a new church to call home, or just a place to visit. We are small enough to know each other's names, yet large enough to offer a variety of ministries and activities.

THE TINY CHAPEL AND LENDING LIBRARY

The Tiny Chapel


When you need a quiet spot for reflection, please visit our tiny chapel. Located at the entrance to the church, it is open 24/7. Please use this special place to read bible passages, reflect and pray. It is open to all!


Lending Library


Please feel free to borrow a book, or, if you have one to lend, leave for others to borrow.