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Worshiping at Saint Columba's

 

Sundays, 8:30 am   |   Rite I Mass

This Mass uses the Rite I liturgy (traditional, Elizabethan language). This is a spoken Mass which lasts just under an hour.   Coffee and fellowship follow each week.  On the third Sunday of the month, a full breakfast is served by our men's ministry, "The Knights of Columba."  Nursery care is available.  

 

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Sundays, 9:30 am   |   Sunday School (September thru May)

Both adult and children's education are held on Sunday mornings during the school year. A map with the location of each class is available at the Welcome Table and our ushers are happy to help visitors find there way to the appropriate class location.

Sundays, 10:30 am   |   High Mass

This Mass is a sung, choral Mass with incense, featuring the St. Columba Choir. It is said if you sing you are praying twice and this Mass encapsulates the wonderful talents of our music director and choir with melodious prayers rising up to God. The Mass usually lasts an hour and a full nursery is available.

 


Wednesdays, 6:30 pm   |   Low Mass in the Lady Chapel

A Simple, Quiet Liturgy:  Each Wednesday evening, we gather for a quiet, contemplative Eucharist in the Lady Chapel.  A brief homily is given reflecting on the given saint being commemorated and/or the gospel text.  For this Mass we use the liturgy from The Church of England's Common Worship and we conclude Mass by praying the Angelus.

Stations of the Cross:  During the season of Lent (the 40 day period preceeding Easter), we gather for Stations of the Cross.  Walking the via dolorosa (the way of sorrows) is perhaps one of the best ways to appreciate the fullness of Jesus' passion and sacrifice. Stations will be read each Wednesday during Lent at 6:30. Stations lasts approximately 30 minutes and is an excellent devotion for everyone - young and old alike. Stations is an moving re-telling of the Passion of Jesus and is great way for those new to the church and children to discover more about Jesus and the significance of Easter resurrection.