All kinds of goodies and crafts for sale Saturday, December 6th from 11 am until 4 pm at 320 Broad street in the lower level.
Saturday December 20th from 5:00 – 6:30 pm at 320 Broad St. downstairs.
Holy Communion Episcopal Church will be hosting a festival of Lessons and Carols December 14th at 4:00 PM. All are welcome to this inspiring program of traditional Advent music. This is an ecumenical concert with singers from area churches. You do not have to be a choir member to participate. Rehearsals are Sunday afternoons from 2:30 […]
Questions about coming to church at Holy Communion? We share the answers!
Our service of Holy Eucharist begins at 10 am on Sunday Mornings. Church School will gather at 9:50 am or sometimes starts their program at the beginning of the main service after the processional hymn. Any changes are typically noted on the church calendar.
Our services represent a combination of the traditional elements of worship and music with contemporary themes. Our choir typically performs an anthem at each service. There’s something for everyone to enjoy during our services. Episcopal services are liturgical in nature. That means the movement of the service is in a particular order; the ministry of the […]
Our Mission Statement is: “Accepting all people, Sharing God’s love, Teaching God’s ways” – every one is accepted at Holy Communion just as you are. People dress anywhere from their ‘Sunday Best’ to blue jeans. What’s important is that you come to church!
Street parking is available free of charge until 12 pm on Sundays for all visitors to Holy Communion in Lake Geneva. The meters do not need to be fed until 12 pm onwards. The closest parking is available on Broad Street itself. Due to the busy nature of Lake Geneva in the summer, it is […]
Programs for children are located in the rooms found exiting from the front left of the sanctuary and up the center stairs. We provide crafts and other age appropriate Christian instruction and activities in a welcoming and fun environment. Each Sunday we invite all children to participate, but children are always welcome to stay in […]
Everyone, adults and children alike, who wish to receive Communion (the Bread and Wine) will be fed. If you would like to receive a blessing instead, simply come to the Altar Rail at Communion and request it when the Celebrant approaches you with the bread. If you are unable to walk to the Altar Rail, […]