Who we are

(Unfortunately, much of this activity is still on hiatus as we emerge from the strictures of the COVID pandemic. Please visit our site frequesntly to stay informed of when and how we are resuming church life.) 

We love music. We love study. We love the sacraments. We love people. Most of all, we love Jesus! Some of the ways we experience that love is through our music ministry, Centering Prayer, Healing Prayer Team, and The Royal Order of the Daughters of the King.

St. Boniface enjoys many talented musicians, vocal as well as instrumental. Musical gifts are encouraged and you are invited to speak to our ministry leaders. We have a great worship choir, talented instrumentalists who accompany the choir, and the Mary Bells Hand Bell Choir. 

Centering Prayer and Daughters of the King are prayer groups, each with a different focus. DoK is a women's prayer, study, and service sisterhood; Centering Prayer is welcomes all as a wonderful way to open one's self to the leading of the Spirit, while Healing Prayer Team is a group called to learn about the gifts of praying for others.

As a church family grounded in the traditional Christian sacraments, there are always openings for positions during service times, i.e., lay readers, acolytes, Eucharistic ministers, altar guild. If you feel called to serve during service times, you may speak to our Vicar.

"For just as the body is one and has many members, and all the members of the body, though many, are one body, so it is with Christ." I Corinthians 12:12

You are welcome here, friend!

our ministries

Altar Guild


The Comfort Food Pantry

Dinner in the Park (Fall)

Money for Meds (to Comfort Drug Store)

Pancakes in the Park (just before Lent)

Lenten Acts of Kindness (benefit to various groups)

Episcopal Guys' Group (EGG's)

Music Ministries

St. Boniface Choir

Mary Bells Handbell Choir

Prayer Groups:

Centering Prayer

Daughters of the King

Healing Prayer Team

Church Service Ministries

Crucifer (processes with the cross)

Eucharistic Ministers (helps serve communion)

Eucharistic Visitors (takes communion from church to someone)

Lector (reads the Bible lessons)

Ushers (greeters)