We strive to live the message of Christ.

We welcome you, regardless of where you are in your spiritual journey.


upcoming events and announcements.

Christmas week services

Sunday December 24, Christmas Eve:  

  • 9 am Advent Carols and Readings
  • 4 pm Family Eucharist
  • 10 pm Festive Eucharist

Monday December 25, Christmas Day

  • 9 am Holy Eucharist

Sunday December 31, First Sunday After Christmas

  • 8 am Holy Eucharist
  • 10 am Christmas Carols and Readings


sunday services

Our 8 am (Eucharist) and 10 am (Choral Eucharist) service schedule have resumed.  The Women's Group has spruced up the narthex (entry) with fresh paint and reorganization.  In addition, we have created an area in the main church for families, with soft furniture and rug for the children.  Please join us!

adult choir rehearsals

Come have fun and sing with a great group of people -- choir meets at 7 pm Thursdays.

Lunch and lectionary

Just a reminder that lunch and lectionary discussions are continuing on Wednesdays from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm.  Join us for some stimulating discussion and to get to know fellow parishioners.

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ADVENT is here

This is a time to contemplate and prepare for the birth of Christ.  What does this mean? Advent is the beginning of the liturgical year.  We spend four Sundays in the preparation process.  Many people use an Advent calendar or Advent wreath to mark the countdown of days to Christmas.  Advent is coincident with the darkest days of the year -- the winter solstice occurs Thursday December 21, the day of the longest night and shortest day.  The birth of Christ represents the return of light and truth to the world.


Worship at COOS

We are a warm and welcoming Episcopal congregation drawing members from Milford and the surrounding area. Join us for a Sunday service and experience our hospitality!

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About US

Find out about our community and commitment to helping others in the service of Christ.  Check out our recently completed ramp project to help a Milford woman in a wheelchair get in and out of her home more easily.

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