Ways to Worship at St. Cat's

Updated: Apr 13, 2021

Registration is required to attend all in-person events on campus at

  • Sunday Holy Eucharist at 8:30 am - Outdoor worship & 10:30 am - Indoor worship Online: Go to our website home page at and click the live service buttons -- or go direct to our Facebook page. Service bulletins may be found here. At church: Register here

  • Sunday Formation -> Children - Catechesis of the Good Shepherd 9:15 am online, contact Rachel Hutton to join -> 6th Grade Class 8:45 am - Zoom here -> YA; J2A; and Rite 13 will meet at 9:30 am - Zoom here or register for in-person here

  • Wednesday Holy Eucharist at church -> Wednesdays 11:00 am - Liturgy in the Book of Common Prayer page 355

  • Compline Wednesday evenings, 8:00 pm Go to our Streamed Services page and click the "Facebook Live Link" button, or go direct to Facebook. The liturgy is available here or in the Book of Common Prayer, page 127

  • Recordings available after online services: - Video recordings are on Facebook - Recordings of Sunday services are on the Streamed Services page of our website

Each person attending an event on campus must have a registration completed. All indoor services must be registered for by the Thursday prior. Space is limited. Masks are required the entire time you are present on the St. Catherine’s campus. Participants should bring a chair and an order of service or a Book of Common Prayer. Registration should be done at least 24 hours prior to the event. All worship on campus is outdoors and may be cancelled in inclement weather (cancellation notices when needed will be emailed to those registered). Bathrooms are closed. If you need more clarification, please do not hesitate to reach out to any member of the staff or Vestry. We are happy to help you.

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