Our 7:30 a.m. Holy Communion service lasts about 45 minutes, has organ music, no choir, and no hymns. It is the service of choice for many early risers and Sunday golfers!
Our 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. services usually have one service as Morning Prayer and the other as Holy Communion, alternating weekly. They both include organ music and the Cathedral Choir.
The 9:00 a.m. service has the highest attendance, and is particularly suitable for families with children, since children in grades 1 through 3 can leave the service prior to the sermon to go to their Sunday school classes.
Sunday school for adults and for children grades 4 through 12 is held from 10:10 a.m. to 10:50 a.m., and can easily be combined with either the nine or the eleven o’clock worship services.
The Five O’Clock is in keeping with the ethos of the Advent’s morning services while in a more informal environment. Our worship is a modern expression of traditional Anglican liturgy based on our historic Book of Common Prayer with regular Holy Communion and occasional services of Evening Prayer.
The music is primarily hymnody set to updated musical arrangements, accessible and fresh for today’s ears, with a band leading congregational singing.
Worship lasts approximately one hour with a brief time for fellowship and periodic suppers following worship.
Nursery care is provided upstairs for small children during the service, but children of all ages are welcome and encouraged to join us for worship.
The pastor of the Five O’Clock is Matt Schneider. Our other staff members dedicated to this community are Zac Hicks, the Advent’s Canon for Liturgy and Worship, and Brandon Bennett, the Advent’s Young Adult & College Minister. For more information: