At St. Gregory’s Episcopal Church we explore the profound life and radical teachings of Jesus Christ, through the practice of a living faith.
—We welcome all people and celebrate the diversity of our community.
—We recognize the arts as an expression of God's love and we nurture the creative spirit.
—We offer worship that preserves the solace of time-honored tradition while embracing the vitality of fresh perspectives.
—We cherish our gardens and grounds, seeing them as a reflection of the precious gift of God's natural world.
—We support one another as we explore our faith, offering a variety of spiritual experiences for adults and youth alike.
—We are a community where acceptance, encouragement, and love awaken people's desire to give something back.
ST. GREGORY - PATRON SAINT OF MUSICIANS, SINGERS, STUDENTS AND TEACHERS
St. Gregory's influence on the forms of public worship throughout Western Europe was enormous. He founded a school for the training of church musicians, and Gregorian chant (plainchant) is named for him. The schedule of Scripture readings for the various Sundays of the year, and the accompanying prayers (many of them written by him), in use throughout most of Western Christendom for the next thirteen centuries, is largely due to his passion for organization. His feast day is March 12.