St. Francis Episcopal Church has numerous ministries.

Church Ministries

Vacation Bible School is a week of fun-filled evenings happening during the summer

Sunday School programs for St. Francis youth

The Circle of Friends is an ecumenical group of men and women who gather together to study together.

The seminar group is the nucleus of the Education for Ministry program.

Meets 9am Sundays in Cameron Hall

Taizé is, of course, famous for its gentle and powerful worship, musically built around repetitive chants and texts.

Vibrant community of St. Francis parishioners meeting monthly for fellowship, outings, food, speakers, and special occasions

Whatever the task, the men of St. Francis bring their time and talent to serve while enjoying great food and fellowship.

Enjoy food and fellowship at St. Francis

Youth participate in many ministries at St. Francis

Providing a safe place where every woman is free to become the person Christ created her to be.

Since the earliest of times, people have used pebbles or a string of knots or beads on a cord to keep track of prayers offered to God.

Through the efforts of our ECW, St. Francis is a proud participant in the United Thank Offering Program.

Kairos Prison Ministry shares the love and forgiveness of Jesus Christ to impact the lives of incarcerated men, women and youth.

Committee members of  St. Francis Invite, Welcome, Connect attended a deanery conference and shared ideas on the importance of having a welcoming congregation.

Our name comes from Hannah in the Old Testament who gave up her beloved son, Samuel. We are connected to Hannah by giving up our handiwork to others.

Many hands meeting needs through the love of Christ.

Ushers offer hospitality and oversee the orderly gathering of GOD'S people for worship.

The beautiful flowers which adorn the altar through the seasons of the Church year from Advent, to Easter, to Pentecost are a beautiful reminder of God's grace.

As a brief history, acolytes are mentioned in Cyprian's writings. They assisted deacons or subdeacons at the preparation of the table.

Lay person licensed by the bishop to administer the consecrated elements of the eucharist.

Music at St. Francis

In the Episcopal Church, the Altar Guild is composed of a group of dedicated members of all ages who work to prepare for all Eucharistic services.