About Us

WHO WE ARE?

· We are a multigenerational and multi-ethnic Christian Community of Faith.

· We are encouraged and emboldened every Sunday to go out into the world and do the work of building God’s kingdom here on earth.
· We are rooted in the Episcopal / Anglican heritage.
· We worship within the context of the best from both our “Catholic” and “Reformed” roots.
· We hold Scripture, Reason and Tradition at the forefront of all that we seek to do through God’s life-giving Holy Spirit.
· When we gather in this place we share Holy Eucharist (also known as the holy sacraments communion or Mass), which links us to a historic lineage of the body of Christ.


FACTS ABOUT SAINT HILARY'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH:


· People come from all over Lee County to worship at Saint Hilary’s.
· Saint Hilary’s offers something for everyone.
· We attract a diverse group of people to our services, ministries, and programs.
· We share a love of God and of each other.
· We welcome both full-time and seasonal residents into our midst.


DO I NEED TO BE A MEMBER TO BE INVOLVED? 


· No, you don’t need to be a member of St. Hilary’s or the Episcopal Church to actively participate in the functions, worship or ministry of this congregation.
· Our worship, study, outreach, and service shape our faith community.
· You are welcome regardless of formal religious affiliation or experience.


HOW DO YOU KEEP CHRISTIANITY FRESH AND ALIVE?


· Christianity is not just an individual journey - it takes all of us walking hand in hand through this journey we call life to fully realize our ministries.
· We find comfort and strength in the worship of the Church, centered in the Eucharistic celebration.
· We find healing and peace in the prayers and petitions of our sisters and brothers.
· We have experienced the renewal and strengthening that comes from taking the love of Christ out into the world in service to those in need.
· We praise God in Word, Sacrament and Song.
· We rejoice in the ability to come together and lift our hearts and minds in worship of God.