Like other Episcopal churches, Saint Thaddeus offers liturgical worship. This means that our services follow a traditional pattern. Both new and old to the church follow along in the Book of Common Prayer during the service; there is no need to fear looking out of place.
Our structured common worship is not rigid. At St. Thaddeus, both the order of worship and the style of music vary. The 7:45 service uses a traditional style of worship, the Rite I order. At 9:00, we worship using contemporary praise music accompanied by guitars and drums. As at 9:00, the 11:00 service uses a more contemporary order, but we sing more traditional hymns accompanied by organ.
In accomplishing the varied forms, a broad array of talents combine to make music and worship spiritually fulfilling at Saint Thaddeus. There are many opportunities to minister behind or in front of the scenes; some are listed below. If Saint Thaddeus is your church, you may contact the persons listed on other pages within this section to discern whether any music and worship ministry might be yours.