UPDATED - SUNDAY WORSHIP LOCATION
WORSHIP LOCATION UPDATE starting 02 SEPTEMBER 2018
I was glad when they said to me, Let us go to the house of the Lord! Psalm 122:1
Dear Bishop Seabury Family and Friends:
This coming Sunday we will be worshipping in the undercroft area (fellowship hall) of our new building at 8:00 AM and 10:30 AM.
There is still more work to do on our church building, but we are almost there! For the moment, we have been granted limited and conditional use of the undercroft area of the building for Sundays only.
When you arrive on Sunday, please enter through the down stairs entrance. The upstairs level of the building is not open for public access at this time.
We have made arrangements for parking with our neighbors. Parishioners are encouraged to park at: the Gales Ferry Landing, the Village Resale, Citizens Bank, or the back row of CVS closest Hurlbutt Road.
At the end of each service there will be a Q&A session to provide more information on our move in process. We hope to be in the main sanctuary very soon.
Thank you for your patience and faithfulness.
Yours in Christ,
Fr. Jay Cayangyang, Rector
Richard La Porta, Senior Warden
Our service reflects a full range of worship expressions-- from reverence for God's majesty to jubilant praise. Our music moves between classic hymns and contemporary praise and worship. This diversity reflects the broad variety of our parishioners' backgrounds.
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WHAT WE BELIEVE
It is not about what we do. It is not about how good we are. It is not about trying harder. It is certainly not about being more religious. It is about God coming to us in Jesus Christ, doing all the work we could never do, and dying the perfect death we could never die, so that we could live and love with the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit forever
Established in 1875, Bishop Seabury Anglican Church is a community of Christ followers who seek to know Jesus and make Him known. Our vision is to be the visible presence of God’s hope and healing for our community by glorifying God through reverent and joyful worship, and transforming lives through the faithful proclamation of God’s Word.