In-Person Services

Currently masks are optional; however, in consideration of and care for each other, we will continue to monitor the current reported cases and hospital admissions and may need to return to requiring masks in the future.  All are asked to take care of themselves and if feeling under the weather, to stay home and worship with us via the livestream on the St. Antony’s Facebook page. 

Sunday, April 14, 2024 – 3rd Sunday of Easter / Year B      
Rev. Hillary Kimsey will preside and preach
Godly Play and Nursery Care are offered at the 10:15 am service.

Worship will be in person and livestreamed.   

8:00 am – Holy Eucharist, Rite I – Facebook Live-stream

10:15 am – Holy Eucharist, Rite II – Facebook Live-stream


8:00 am Bulletin

10:15 am Bulletin 


At 9am, we will continue Episcopal 101, also known as the Inquirer’s Class, between services. The class will take place in Mother Hillary’s office (or in the Gathering Room if we need more space). No need to bring anything–come as you are! 

The Thursday Bible class has taken up the challenge of coming to a better understanding of metaphorical meaning of the Book of Revelation. The class begins on Thursday, April 4th. As usual we will be using a brief commentary from the Collegeville series that may be purchased for $12 from the Liturgical Press or Morehouse (slow delivery) or from (sigh) Amazon. The class leader will also purchase one for you if you prefer.  We meet at 12:30 every Thursday afternoon. If you have questions, contact Esther at:

Wednesday, April 17 starting at noon, please join us. Come as you are.


April 28:  Practice before and after. Anthem:  “Gift of finest wheat”

May 12:  Practice before and after. Anthem: “Humbly I adore thee, verity unseen”

May 19:  Pentecost Sunday. Practice before and after. Anthem: “Holy Spirit, come and fill us”

June 9:  Last Choir Sunday. Practice before. Anthem: “The Lord Bless You and Keep You”


Photos of things happening at St. Antony’s

        • St. Antony’s 3rd Annual Trunk or Treat was a huge success! It keeps growing each year. Thank you to everyone who volunteered or made donations. We look forward to seeing our community dressed up again next year! 

          The Welcome Banquet for our new Vicar, Reverend Hillary Kimsey was a night filled with, food, music, entertainment and fellowship with new and familiar faces. St. Antony has welcomed Rev. Hillary with open arms and everyone is looking to the new opportunities the future holds. 

        • As our congregation grows we are creating new spaces and opportunities for some of our youngest members. Our new playground is a welcoming space for families to enjoy.


        • Our mission statement: The mission of St. Antony’s is to be a loving and welcoming people who worship God, grow in Christ, and serve others: Gather, Grow, and Go!


          Photos of things happening at St. Antony’s