Visitor’s Guide

What is it like to visit Sunday Worship St. Anselm’s?

Please park anywhere (the “reserved parking” signs only apply Monday-Friday).

Come in the front red door that says “Entrance”.

Pick up an Order of Service leaflet on the table or from the usher standing there.  This paper will guide you through the service.

The liturgy is Holy Eucharist Rite II from the Episcopal Book of Common Prayer and consists of prayers, four readings from the Old and New Testaments of the Bible, a sermon, reading the Nicene Creed, and hymns (Lift Every Voice And Sing African American Hymnal and 1982 Hymnal) and Holy Communion.


We take communion with bread and wine at every service and any baptized person may receive it with us. (It is not necessary to take the wine, if it is not preferred).

Hospitality follows the service and all are welcome to join us and meet a new friend or two.

Please sign the guest book and say hello to our priest, the Rev. Cynthia, after the service that she may welcome you.

Children are Welcome!

We love children! Children of all ages are welcomed in our worship services and often help lead the service at the altar as acolytes or readers.  We have no nursery, and therefore are accustomed to babies, toddlers, and young children making a joyful noise unto the Lord.