Sunday is the time when we come together to hear the Word of God and to receive the bread and wine, the body and blood of Christ, and to enter into communion with God and each other. The basis for our worship is the Episcopal Church’s Book of Common Prayer. We supplement our liturgical language with expansive images of God as found in newer publications such as Enriching our Worship, and other resources reflecting some of the diversity of our understanding of the divine. Color, shape, and movement enhance our experience of beauty, God’s revelation that we receive through all of our senses and contribute to our understanding of the transcendent. The liturgical motto of our tradition is “Lex orandi, lex credendi”; the way we pray shapes what we believe. Our service ends with a “sending” to remind that our work as the Body of Christ begins as we leave the church.