St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church

Weekly Worship Schedule 

Saturday, 5 PM - Holy Eucharist (Communion) Rite II ("modern" language) in our historic 1801 Chapel, with music.

Sunday - 8 AM -  Holy Eucharist Rite I (Traditional language, no music)

9:15 AM - Our New "Good Shepherd" 1/2 hour worship service for families with young children

10:30 AM - Holy Eucharist Rite II (Blended music with organ and choir. Professionally staffed Child Care for young children available from 9:45 AM to the end of the 10:30 service)​

1 PM - Holy Eucharist Rite III at the Villa Retirement Center (Next door to St. Gabe's - Independent side - all welcome!)

Wednesday - 9:15 AM - Villa Personal/Memory Care Eucharist

EVERY Thursday - 7 PM- Common Ground Recovery Service for those in 12-Step Recovery programs and family & friends (Blended music)

​                              Coming Events

​​CHRISTMAS EVE - ONE "blended" worship service, at 9:15 AM in the morning (4th Advent) 

5:00 PM - Children Nativity Pageant & Eucharist 

7:30 PM - Candlelight Eucharist with choir in our historic 1801 Chapel  (music prelude begins at 7 PM)

10:00 PM - Candlelight Eucharist in church

(No service on Christmas Day)

SUNDAY - DECEMBER 31ST - NO 9:15 AM service or Sunday School - Holy Eucharist will be celebrated at 8 AM, and at 10:30 with Christmas Lessons & Carols

St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church in Douglassville

"Learning and Doing the Work of Jesus"

We seek to "learn and do the work of Jesus" that lives might be transformed through the love of Christ.  We care for children at our Good Shepherd Learning Center, Sunday School and Youth Groups. We help care for senior citizens at the Keystone Villa. We care for community groups like AA, Al-Anon, Boy/Girl & Venture Scouts, and more. We care for the people we serve through the ministry of Hopewell Love. We are the church that has worshiped in and served the Douglassville area since 1720, celebrating 300 years in 2020!

We believe God loves you whoever you are!

All are welcome at St. Gabriel’s, regardless of race, class, ethnicity, gender or sexual orientation. Come in and look around.

Come and visit us anytime for worship and other activities.

WE ARE PART OF THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH, USA, and entering an exciting time 
re-imagining our church denomination (click here) and our diocese (click here for info about our Bishop Search!)