Epworth Chapel on the Green is a small, friendly church located in Boise, Idaho. Epworth seeks to bring together once again the Wesleyan and Anglican traditions, to strengthen the vitality and orthodoxy of both. The people at Epworth work toward that end every Sunday by worshiping and learning together.
Each Sunday's lectionary readings, sermon, prayers, hymns with organ accompaniment and open Holy Communion form a coordinated and thoughtful whole, by which the worshiper is enabled to integrate Christian faith with daily living. Children are welcome at our Sunday Service. We also have a Children's Story Time and a Nursery/Playroom available.
Our Sunday morning service begins at 10:00 a.m., followed by informal fellowship, discussion, and light refreshments. Visitors are always welcome! We hope to see you soon!
A Trio of Feasts
The Ascension of our Lord will be marked at Evening Prayers on Ascension Day, Thursday May 14, 7:00
Ascension Sunday will be celebrated in sacrament and music on Sunday, May 17, at 10:00. Edibles and discussion following.
Pentecost Sunday, will be celebrated with Holy Eucharist and hymns on the coming of the Holy Spirit Sunday May 24, 10:00, to be followed by a parish lunch, our traditional Pentecost cake, and a discussion time. Wear red.
Trinity Sunday, honoring the holy and undivided Trinity, will be celebrated with the recitation of the Athenasian Creed, Holy Communion and hymns to the Trinity on Sunday May 31, 10:00. Edibles and discussion following.
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Meet Our Pastor
What We Believe
The Epworth Hymnal
Especially for Children
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Enjoy photos from our current Spring Floral art exhibit on the blog, then come to Afterword following Holy Communion every Sunday morning to enjoy the art along with excellent tea and discussion