The Celebration and Blessing of a Marriage is a joyful joining two people. We surround and support a couple as they begin their life together.
We gladly work with couples who are parishioners or whose families are members of the parish. Marriage is a service of Christian worship, and marriages performed here follow the service outlined in the Book of Common Prayer. Weddings for couples who are not yet parishioners of COS may be considered at the discretion of the clergy of the church.
Baptism is full initiation by water and the Holy Spirit into Christ's Body, the church. We believe that through baptism, God establishes an indissoluble bond with each person, adopting us, and making us members of the church and inheritors of the Kingdom of God. Baptism is the foundation for all future church participation and ministry.
Baptism is offered on the first Sunday after the Epiphany in January (the Feast of the Baptism of our Lord), at the Great Vigil of Easter (the night before Easter Sunday), on the Day of Pentecost (usually in May or June), at our celebration of All Saints’ Sunday in November and on select Sundays during the summer and early fall.
Confirmation in the Episcopal Church is the rite for baptized persons who are ready and prepared to make a public affirmation of their faith. Confirmation is not required for church membership, but it is a significant, public way to affirm our connection to the church. Please fill out the form below if you are interested in becoming confirmed.
Happy from now on
are those who die in the Lord!
So it is, says the Spirit,
for they rest from their labors. (Book of Common Prayer, P. 492)
Church of Our Saviour is here to support and be present with you through times of loss. We offer a variety of options for memorials and funerals. Please fill out the form below and one of our clergy will reach out to you.
The Messler Columbarium – Church of Our Saviour offers an arrangement of permanent niches for the interment of cremated remains of its parishioners. We have a limited amount of niches in our columbarium. For more information contact the church office.