Sunday Gathering Information
Our Sunday gathering lasts about an hour and a half. We follow an Anglican liturgy of prayer, scripture reading, confession, a short
sermon and weekly Eucharist (communion). On a normal Sunday, we have a simple, intimate gathering - including many children,
who we encourage to participate in as much of the service as they can.
Children of all ages are welcome in worship. If you have little ones who aren't ready to be part of the service yet, we provide
nursery care for ages 0-3 and Little Liturgy (an introduction to liturgical worship) for ages 3-6. Everyone returns to the sanctuary
for Eucharist together.
Sunday Evenings at 4:00 pm
We share a space with BLVD Church
238 W 15th St, Holland, MI 49423
Gatherings last around 90 minutes with communion.
Daily Prayer Information
Each weekday in our upper room chapel we meet to pray a short morning and evening liturgy. Everyone is welcome to come for
prayer in the community. Sometimes there are 10 of us, sometimes only one, but you can count on someone being there each Monday
through Friday. Prayer liturgies typically take about 20 minutes and include scripture reading, confession, directed and spontaneous prayer. We find this a peaceful and orienting way to begin the workday and usher in an evening freshly aware of Christ among
Please park on the street, enter the red doors of the garage, and head up the stairs, which are toward the back of the room, behind
Monday – Friday
Morning prayer: 7:30 am
Evening Prayer: 4:30 pm
Join us at our prayer chapel
(upper room of the garage)
74 East 16th St, Holland, MI 49423,
Please park on the street
Gatherings last around 20 minutes
Morning Mother's Tea
Meets monthly on a Friday morning at 9 to talk and pray for one another. This relaxed group enjoys getting together for a book discussion and/or Bible study and, of course, tea. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Evening Mother’s Tea
Meets monthly on a Thursday evening at 8 to talk and pray for one another. This relaxed group enjoys getting together for a book discussion and/or Bible study and tea…or maybe a girls’ night out. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Born out of the Covid-19 stay-home order, Rev. Kris set up weekly Tuesday evenings at 8 for a Zoom gathering to provide a holy and cathartic space for us to explore what it really means that Christ is on his throne. At present, we’re working through Ephesians, St. Paul’s letter about God’s triumph in Christ, to explore together what it might look like to “live a life worthy of the calling we’ve received” (4:1) during this pandemic.