Sunday Services

All Are Welcome

Thank you for a wonderful summer. Our services are complete for 2021.
Please check back in the spring for our 2022 calendar.

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Summer 2021

The Rt. Rev. A. Robert Hirschfeld

Bishop of NH Diocese, Concord, NH

Rev. Anne Williamson

Assoc. Rector, St. John’s, Portsmouth, NH
Thanks and Honor our Veterans Sunday
3pm Music-by-the-Sea concert:
Portsmouth Brass Quintet - All American Tunes

Rev. Jay Hutchinson

Chaplain, St. Andrew’s School, Middletown, DE

Rev. David Holroyd
Priest Associate, Christ Church Exeter, NH
Retired Rector of St. George Church, York Harbor, ME


Rev. Mark Pendelton
Rector, Christ Church, Exeter, NH


Rev. Steven (Steve) B. Klots

Chaplain, South Kent School, CT
3pm Music-by-the-Sea concert: Savannah Curro - organist -
Classical Music for a Summer Afternoon


Rev. G. Richard Siener 

Associate Minister, St. John’s Portsmouth, NH
Retired Rector, Christ Church, Exeter, NH

Rev. Dr. Robert (Odie) Odierna

Retired Rector, Church Good Shepherd, Nashua, NH

Rev. Robert E. Stevens, Jr.

Rector, St. John’s, Portsmouth, NH
Vicar, St. Andrew’s-by-the-Sea, Rye Beach, NH
Annual Meeting to follow - Please come to hear the good news and support all the wonderful work at St. Andrew’s.

Rev. Alanna van Antwerpen

Missioner, Episcopal Church of New Hampshire, Concord, NH

Rev. Katie Solter

Associate Chaplain, St. Mark’s School, Southborough, MA
3pm Music-by-the-Sea concert:
Ben Baldwin Trio - Summertime Jazz and More

Guidelines for this summer-August 13, 2021 update
  • Masks are once again required by the Diocese for in-person seating and social distancing remains in place.

  • Windows and doors are open for ventilation.

  • A cantor has been hired for the summer to sing hymns during the service to accompany our new music director, Savannah Curro on the organ.

  • Eucharist does not include wine. Communion by bread alone is fully sufficient to receive the Real Presence of our Risen Lord - per the Bishop, it has all the “mojo.”

  • If you prefer, we will have outdoor speakers so you can hear the service outside and receive communion there, as well. Please bring your own lawn chairs or blankets, a sweater in case of a cool ocean breeze, find a spot on the lawn, and make yourself comfortable.

Our situation continues to be fluid and with guidance from our Diocese and Executive Committee will make adjustments as necessary.

Our worship is according to the Book of Common Prayer.
All are welcome to receive communion. Sunday services are approximately one hour.