Panoramic view of the service from the center aisle.
High-angle panoramic view of the service from the corner.
Father Paul prefacing the sermon letting people know that we were getting not one but two Father Klitzkes this Sunday.
Father Paul demonstrating step one of the process of learning to raise your hands to the Lord. Typical Episcopal starting position: arms crossed in front.
Step two of the process of learning to raise your hands to the Lord: hands raised to shoulder height.
Step three of the process of learning to raise your hands to the Lord: Arms raised to accept the blessings God showers upon everyone.
Congregation rising to begin to recite the Nicean Creed.
Parts of the liturgy: Jeff H and Deidre holding hands while praying.
Parts of the liturgy: Cheryl, Pua and others praying.
Parts of the liturgy: Father Dale reading the gospel from an iPad.
Parts of the liturgy: Exchanging the peace.
Parts of the liturgy: Exchanging the peace, part 2.
Gifts for the congregation from the stewardship chair: memory boxes to remind us of what our contributions make possible.
Guitarist Peter M
Father Dale, Father Paul, Emma and Deidre
Stewardship chair Deidre and treasurer Jeff with our completed St Nick's picture puzzle.
Stewardship chair Deidre talking about the success of our stewardship campaign and how it connects with completing the picture puzzle that is St Nick's.
Greeter Cathe distributing memory boxes during Deidre's presentation.
Sarah holding a tired Emma during the service.
Parts of the liturgy: putting everything away after the service. Liturgey is our service to God. Did you think our service to God somehow stopped after the service?
Parts of the liturgy: hospitality team member Flossie serving tasty treats to Sarah and Doug after the service.
Sarah and Noah the Younger at the refreshment table.
A connisseur of Cheese Goldfish experiencing the flavor.