Get Connected

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Listed below you’ll find some of our recommendations for the best ways to get connected with the Holy Communion church family, and to make some new friends. When you’re considering joining a church, you’re also joining a community. It matters that you have faces you recognize in worship, people to sit with during church. As you get to know our style of worship, we also encourage you to get to know us outside the pews as well. Below are some of the best entry points to get to know our community.

Don’t know what to expect at our service? Read about our typical Sunday so you feel prepared for your visit!

Great ways to get connected:

Theology on Tap

On the first Wednesday of most months at 6:30pm a group of us gathers for good conversations. All are welcome to this low pressure "less churchy" event.

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Newcomer's Class: Pilgrimage

This course is offered twice a year in Fall and Winter/Spring. Join us for Pilgrimage, our course exploring themes in Christian thought and practice through the Episcopal tradition. This class is especially suited for newcomers, but it is open to all who are exploring.

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Laundry Love

On the third Tuesday of each month, we gather at 6pm at Classic Coin laundry. Anyone who needs is welcome to do their laundry. We also provide pizza and kids activities. This is a great way to help those in need and to build new friendships with neighbors.

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Trinity Meal

On the third Sunday of each month a group from Holy Communion leaves after church to serve lunch at Trinity’s soup kitchen. You are welcome to join us. There's a great chance to meet new folks as we prep the meal and the tables, serve together, and clean up.

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Godly Play: ages 3 and up.

At 9:15am each Sunday our "Godly Play" group gathers. In some ways Godly Play is like Sunday School as it is typically remembered: children learn the great stories of faith. But Godly Play, rooted in the Montessori style, also asks kids to engage in silence, in telling the story, and in responding. All children are welcome.

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