Youth Groups (Senior & Junior)

Holy Spirit Verona youth will be joining St. Luke's Montclair for joint Youth Group Meetings held on designated Sundays (about once or twice a month).  First meetings are Sunday, September 27. Read more

Kitchen Conversations

Join us downstairs in the newly renovated kitchen for an Adult Education series on Anglicanism. On Nov. 1, 8 and 15, we'll gather at 11:15 a.m., after some coffee hour fellowship, to learn how Holy Spirit, Verona is a part of the worldwide Anglican Communion, and what that means. Read more

The 8 o'clock Service Returns!

On Sunday, Sept. 20, our 8:00 a.m.Holy Eucharist returns! This brief, contemplative service will be held in our historic chapel. Read more

Youth Confirmation Classes

On September 20, and then every second Sunday of the month from 12-2pm, we will have a joint Confirmation Class with St. Luke's Episcopal Church Montclair. Class dates are: September 20, October 11, November 8, December 13, January 10, February 14, March 13, April 10. Read more
Sunday School

Sunday School Begins September 20

At Gathering Sunday (September 13) we hope children will join in an group arts and craft project and bring their school back pack for blessing during the worship service.  Sunday School classes begin on Sunday, September 20. Read more

Centering Prayer Every Tuesday

Following up on the succesful 6-week introductory class that was held in June/July, Centering Prayer will be held each week on Tuesday nights at 7:30 (was formerly Wednesday nights through September 9th). Sept 15 - Nov 3, Tuesdays at 7:30 pm: Join us for our eight-week DVD session about Centering Prayer narrated by Father Thomas Keating, Trappist monk and priest, known as one of the architects of Centering Prayer.   Read more

About Episcopal Worship Services

Episcopal Liturgy (a word that means "work of the people") is taken from ceremony crafted from the earliest known Christian and Hebrew sources. The first Christians were Jewish and so their traditional forms of worship influenced the first forms of Christian worship. Read more

What is Centering Prayer?

Centering Prayer is a method of silent prayer that prepares us to receive the gift of contemplative prayer, prayer in which we experience God's presence within us, closer than breathing, closer than thinking, closer than consciousness itself. Read more

How to Walk a Labyrinth

Taking a labyrinth walk is a modern revival of an ancient spiritual custom. The labyrinth, a winding one-way path which leads walkers into and back out of a central space, offers a kind of body meditation which parallels the inner journey of prayer and reflection. Instructions Read more

Lego club at Verona church teaches creativity and socialization

[] A new group in Verona hopes to build more than just plastic towers and houses. Read more