Due to Coronavirus

this service will return in 2021


SUNDAY: THE 7 a.m. SErvice

People who attend the 7 a.m. Sunday worship service appreciate the unique experience of early morning worship in an environment that is close-knit and intimate, yet open and welcoming as well. The service itself is a spoken, Rite II Holy Eucharist, preceded by a period for meditation and prayer. The service itself takes place in the chapel, which is one of the most beautiful places in the entire facility. The altar is backed by a stained-glass window which faces the Memorial Garden, which brings natural light into the worship space most of the day. The icon of the Trinity, located along one side of the chapel, provides a unique and inviting focus for meditation and prayer.

Outside In person service

SUNDAY: 9:00 a.m. THe Table

Join us for our new intergenerational festive Eucharist with family-led liturgy, music and children's activity.


The Table is a new worship offering at St. Wilfrid's—incorporating a mix of both the traditional and contemporary, centered around a family Eucharist. Music and a strong sense of encountering the Gospel lesson, together as a family, are important parts of this worship service. 

Inside  in person service

SUNDAY: 10:30 a.m.

People who attend the 10:30 a.m. Sunday worship service enjoy a Rite II Holy Eucharist with a choir music, organ, piano, and other instruments that add musical texture to our worship experience. The focus is on worship that ties the ancient to the contemporary, energized and relevant in its message. The service takes place in the main church, a space that is very contemporary in its design, but yet maintains an aura of spiritual presence.

WEDNESDAY: 7:15 A.M. MORNING PRAYER

The Wednesday Morning Prayer at 7:15 a.m. in the chapel,  is an opportunity to connect with God and others to be spiritually nourished mid-week.


A welcoming time of worship, the service begins with a thoughtful exploration of Holy Scripture, and concludes with a meaningful time of prayers of intercession for God's people.