We are a vibrant, welcoming, community of faith, feeding the hearts, minds, and spirits of all who come. We hope you will join us throughout our site as we host information about the warmth of our parish community. St. Gabe's is our spiritual home and offers a true sense of family to all of our members. While we are reverent in our faith, we are relaxed, comfortable, and spiritually refreshing in our relationships with one another. One of St. Gabriel's greatest blessings is found in its people. We love to eat together, pray together, and serve together both within our parish and within our Outreach Ministries. If you are a first time visitor, be our guest at a service or simply get to know us on our website. If you are already a parishioner, we thank you for being a cherished part of creating what we call "home."
Anglican Rosaries at St. Gabriel's
The use of beads in prayer is an ancient practice in the Christian tradition and can be found in nearly all of the world's major religions. The rosary is a wonderful tool to help focus prayer and to allow the one praying to deepen his or her experience of God in prayer.
For more information about Anglican rosaries, their use, and to view a selection of our handmade strands, click here.
Congratulations Fr. Rich and Fr. Alan!
A large group of fellow parishioners attended Fr. Richard Sanders' and Fr. Alan Cowart's Ordination Ceremony on June 20th at the Cathedral of St. Philip. We're so proud of you, Fr. Rich and Fr. Alan!
Vestry and Planning Group Meet With Rev. Frank Baltz! Our Vestry met a second time with Rev. Frank Baltz and members of our parish to continue our growth, development, planning, and discernment process this past week. Stay tuned for exciting developments as St. Gabe's moves forward into an exciting future. Special thanks to Lindsay Lemay, Marsha Lewis, Esther Atkinson, Bob Milledge, Debbie Swanson, Shannon Gilstrap, Bob Condon, Marshall Cheves, Fred Skey, Nenion Conley, Debbie Ollinger, and Wink Porterfield for investing their time and talents.
We celebrate and share the unconditional love of God.
Join Us for Sunday Worship
Come and celebrate the Eucharist with us on Sundays. Coffee, refreshments, and fellowship are always shared after each service.
Rite I: 8:00 am Rite II: 10:30 am
Congratulations, Fr. Bob!
Congratulations to Fr. Bob Fessler, celebrating 50 years of ordination! We are so proud of you and so very fortunate to enjoy your warmth, inspiring liturgies, and loving guidance. What a gift you are to us all!
Join a FIG or a SIG! Interested in slow biking on Saturdays? What about attending plays, movies, and cultural events? Or, you might enjoy lunch and discussions with the loving retirement group on Wednesdays in the Fellowship Hall. Perhaps you enjoy or want to learn about photography. These and other fellowship interest groups are having a great time together. Don't miss out on fun events with friends! Check out the FIGS!
We've launched our first SIG, the Women's Bible Study group. Spiritual Interest Groups (SIGS) are opening this year. Don't miss a chance to grow in your spiritual journey within a fellowship community!
...our Church cat! Gabby is our unofficial greeter and welcomes all of our visitors. She is often found at most meetings and her favorite spot is on someone's notepad (or bible). She bestows her attention on everyone from the smallest child to our bishop.