Frequently Asked Questions
Who is welcome at St. Francis' Church?
All are welcome at St. Francis' Church. Read more
Do I have to be an Episcopalian to attend services at St. Francis'?
How do people dress for services at St. Francis'?
There is no one way to dress for services at St. Francis'. You'll find a wide variety in the way people dress. Just know you'll be welcomed!
What are services like at St. Francis'?
St. Francis' services are drawn from the Episcopal Book of Common Prayer. Two services are held on Sundays. 8:00 AM is a spoken Eucharist (also called Communion or Mass). 10:00 AM is our family Eucharist with music, Sunday School, and child care. On Wednesdays at 11:30 AM, a shorter and more informal Eucharist is celebrated. Special services are held throughout the year. Read more
Is child care available at St. Francis'?
Children are always welcome to services, but we also provide child care during our 10:00 AM service. Children age 3 and up may enroll in our very active Sunday School. The Sunday School has a short Children's Service. We offer activity bags for children who would like to stay in church during the service.
Does St. Francis' have a parking lot?
Yes. On the church property, adjacent to the building, is the main parking lot with handicapped parking. The parking lot is fully lit for evening events.
Is St. Francis' handicapped accessible?
Yes. St. Francis is handicapped accessible. The ramp and elevator at the main doors provide access to all floors of the building.
How do I join St. Francis'?
Begin by showing up! Just being in church is the first step toward belonging. “Where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them.” (Matthew 18:20). Read more
How do people at St. Francis' care for each other?
At St. Francis', caring for each other is central to our common life. When members are asked what they most value about St. Francis', being part of a community of mutual care is always near the top of the list. Care happens in a number of ways, formal and informal. Read more