Worship Services

Come Join Us!

The Episcopal Church of the Mediator welcomes all people as children of God, wherever you are on your journey of faith. We welcome all people to our church regardless of sexual identity, orientation, race or ethnicity. We believe that God loves us.

Our Mission:  We envision a Christian community grounded in the Word of God and energized by the Holy Spirit to seek God’s presence in all creation. A haven where all are welcome to grow in faith through worship, reflection and education. Where we use all that God has given us to encourage one another to follow Christ in lives of service to others.

Ours is an inclusive, comfortable parish. But, as always, if you have further questions, please feel free to contact the church office (269-469-1441 or office@mediatorharbert.com). Mtr. Darlene Kuhn, our Rector, may be reached at rector@mediatorharbert.com or 269-469-6794.
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NEW! Mediator is Open

Updated June 18, 2021

Beginning Pentecost Sunday, May 23, 2021, at 10:30am (MI time), we held out first outdoor, in-peron service on the lawn since Fall 2020. We continued with two more outdoor services. On June 13, we held out first in-door, in-person Holy Eucharist service. We continue with in-door, in-person Holy Eucharist each week and will also hold an outdoor service approximately once per month.

On June 11, the Dioceses of Eastern & Western Michigan announced we will enter Phase 3 beginning July 1. Mediator’s first Sunday to be fully open will be Sunday, July 4. We plan to gather outdoors and will have an Ice Cream Social immediately following the service. Watch for more information and details to follow. To read the Dioceses announcement by clicking here.

Watch for service details on the website, in the monthly Mediatorite (Newsletter), or through separate emails.

Want to be on our email list for news and updates? Click here or select the Contact Us link (upper right corner). Fill out the form and be sure to include you want to join the mailing list in the message.

We look forward to welcoming you at one of our services.

All are welcome!

Sunday Morning Holy Eucharist

Join us at 10:30am (MI time) each Sunday as we gather together.

Service Bulletins are available by clicking here. In addition, previously recorded services are also available by clicking here.
Note: You can also go to the above Outreach & Ministries tab and select Recorded Service to watch previously recorded services, read the liturgy and find other service-related links.

Once a month during the Summer and early Fall, we hold an outdoor service on the lawn. You can check the Outreach & Ministries > Recorded Service page to determine what Sunday will be outside (weather permitting).

We invite you to follow us on Facebook as well as check out our YouTube site.

Please join us…..All are welcome.

Thursday – Evening Service

On Thursday evening at 7:00pm (MI time) we offer an Evening Service, which is a Zoom-only service. Join us on Zoom by clicking here.

Please join us…..All are welcome.

Parking and Accessibility at The Episcopal Church of the Mediator

We have a large parking area to the south of the church, with a broad, wheelchair-accessible sidewalk leading right to our front door. All are welcome.

The sanctuary is on the same level as the door, so you will not have to navigate additional ramps.

Our restrooms are built to be accessible, as is that most important institution of Episcopal socializing—the coffee hour.

For those who utilize hearing-assisted technology or assistive listening systems, we offer Hearing Loop through the microphones during the services.

The red front door is a nod to our ancient traditional roots. In Medieval Times, one could claim the right of sanctuary by entering a church and touching the altar cloth. The red door was a sign that sanctuary was at hand. We keep this tradition alive by opening our doors to all people.

Come Visit Us!

We are part of a unique Lake Michigan community just a short drive from New Buffalo, MI on Red Arrow Highway. We are also conveniently close to another lakeshore community, Saint Joseph.