We are so grateful that you are visiting us today online. It is our hope that our "virtual reality" reflects accurately who we are in reality as a family of faith. I encourage you to visit all of our pages in order to come to know us more fully. In particular, I invite you to spend sometime in the “About" section that will share with you our God-given vision for the future, what we hold most dear, the commitments we make one to another, and what we believe. I would also recommend visiting “The Latest” page which will give you a blend of blog posts, upcoming events, and announcements that together will give you some sense of the things we gather around and do together and experience some of our own spiritual musings.
St. Julian’s is a warm, theologically diverse, fully-inclusive, fun-loving, multigenerational community that loves to break bread together at the altar and whatever sorts of tables we gather around for learning and fellowship. We are a community that welcomes all people of every race, ethic background, age, gender, gender expression/identity, sexual orientation, physical and mental ability, socio-economic background, martial status and faith background. We value and offer theologically substantive spiritual formation programs for children, youth and adults alike. Friendship is very important to us, as God in Christ is truly encountered in friendships, and our growth as Christ followers depends on the wisdom, support and encouragement we receive from our friends. However, nothing we can ever write or show online, will ever take the place of experiencing St. Julian’s in person. To this end, you are warmly invited to worship with us or attend any of our gatherings.
Just below is a list of service times and a map to our location. Also know that I am always available for coffee, a meal or a visit, if I can be of assistance in coming to know St. Julian’s better. Reach out via email by clicking here or leave a note on our “Contact” page. I hope this reaches you and yours well.
Peace and Warm Friendship,
Vicar, St. Julian of Norwich Episcopal Church