St. Benedict's Episcopal Church
St. Benedict's Episcopal Church
St. Benedict's interior
St. Benedict's exterior
Mass at St. Benedict's
Worship with Fr. Bob

Welcome to St. Benedict's Episcopal Church

Come seek God's love with us


Join us for Fr. Bob's Bon Voyage Cocktail Reception here at St. Benedict's on August 16th after the 6:00 pm service.

Fr. Bob has been our Rector since August 1995 and his dutiful service helped grow the parish and led to our beautiful sanctuary and wonderfully renovated parish hall. We thank him for his commitment to growth in faith and for the sense of family and friendship here in our church community.

Cocktail Reception and Dancing will be in the parish hall and church grounds August 16th at 7:30 pm. Dress is semi-formal. Appetizers, beer, wine, and soft drinks will be served.

You can sign up to donate food or drink items or to volunteer to help in the narthex on the sign up board.

RSVP to Sharon Braun by August 2nd.

The celebration will continue during church service on Sunday, August 17 commemorating Fr. Bob's day of Retirement.  Personal tributes will be shared from the floor. (Please contact the church office if you would like to do a personal tribute or ministry tribute.)

Fr. Albert Cutie

Welcome Father Albert Cutié

It is with honor and great pleasure we share the announcement that Father Albert Cutié will beginning his ministry here at St. Benedict's Episcopal Church. 

Join us in welcoming Fr. Cutié on his first official Sunday at St. Benedict's on August 31st.

St. Benedict's Episcopal Church is a place of worship and a community of believers where all who come seeking God’s love are welcome. No one will question your reason for being here. It doesn’t matter if you are unfamiliar with our way of worshipping. No one will stare at you to see if you are doing things correctly (although your questions will be cheerfully answered).

You are welcome here regardless of your race, creed, color, cultural heritage or gender, and no one will test you to see if you adhere to the proper (usually meaning their) moral code. You are welcome here even if you don’t believe in God, but are curious about us religious folks. You are welcome to be here even if you know you are a sinner (because all of us here are) and think that God could not possibly love you (because we want you to know that God does love you).

You are welcome to keep coming here week after week even if you are not sure that you want to be a member. Of course, we would love for you to become a full-fledged member of our community, and if you decide that you do want to become a member, you will be very welcome.