Come share your gifts with us. 
Whoever you are;
Wherever you're from;
Whatever you do;
You are needed here.

Things Happening

We will return to a highly modified in-person worship service on Sunday 09 August.  Single Service at 9:30 a.m.  Masks, physical distancing, and other measures will be required.  Click here to read the letter describing key points of this "re-opening."

Bishop Lee's 31 May Letter on Systemic Racism here

Kelly Brown Douglas "America's Lost Soul" here

Presiding Bishop Curry's 30 May letter on Systemic Racism here

Episcopal Church resources "Responding to Racist Violence here

See the Episcopal Church's Office of Government Relations Statement and Recommendations on COVID-19 here.

See resources from the Presiding Bishop's office here.

Read his opening remarks to the House of Bishop's Meeting (not specifically COVID-19 related!) here.

Ask a Question

​Email us directly here:

Call the Priest directly at:


AA Meeting:  No Human Power

Saturdays 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

In the Parish Hall

Big Table Food Pantry Sharing Center

Tuesdays, 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Come each week as needed

No Wauconda residency requirements.

The National Cathedral (Episcopalian) livestreams Sunday worship.  Subscribe to their channel here.

The Book of Common Prayer contains a variety of worship services, including Morning Prayer, devotions, and prayers.  Access it online here.

See Episcopal Relief and Development's Faith-Based Response to Epidemics here.

Who Are We?

We are a group of hard-working, fun-loving, plain 'ol every-day people who strive to be the church in the world, and live into our call to be a 'welcoming, compassionate community seeking to grow in Christ and express God's love for all, through worship, fellowship, service, and prayer.'

Who Are You?

Actually, it doesn't really matter who you are, we know you have something to add to this community of faith.  We could use your help.  And you are welcome here - whatever your background is, however you identify yourself, no matter what burdens you carry in your heart.

Greetings - The Rev. Martha Gillette
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Our Sunday worship includes a variety of scripture readings, prayers, hymns (at 10:30), a sermon, and Eucharist (Communion). 

You can listen to recent sermons here - but you'll have to come join us to experience the rest.  We look forward to worshipping with you!

Read recent Sermon

Manuscripts here.

Worship Times

We worship as individuals, at many times, in many places.  But each Sunday morning we all come together at:


8:00 a.m.

(no music)


10:30 a.m.

(hymns and service music)


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