We are a vibrant, welcoming, and growing 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.
Alan Cowart is ordained as a Transitional Deacon! We're so proud of you Alan! Alan has a very short period of time left in his studies for ordination as a priest in the Episcopal Church. Our thoughts, prayers, and love continue to be with you on your journey, Alan!
Congratulations on Your Confirmations, Nick and Patsheko!
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
Good News at Noon - February 12th! It's our turn to serve dinner at Good News at Noon on February 12! We prepare and serve dinner at Good News at Noon twice a year, so mark your calendar now for February 12. More information and signup opportunities will be available soon. It usually takes several people to prepare food. We plan to serve 80-100. Approximately 3-5 actually serve the dinner. Contact Callie Flack if you have any questions or would like to receive additional information
...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.
Classes Return! Christian Formation classes are starting back with the New Year. All are invited to join the conversation. We meet in Kent Hall, Room 4, from 9:15 - 10:15 Sunday mornings. Don't miss "Elevator Speeches - Articulating Your Faith in One Minute or Less"! January 18 - February 4. Join Frs Bob and Bill as they lead us to concisely and precisely answer "elevator questions."