Worship Services

Come Join Us … All are welcome!

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. However, 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.
We will be delighted to help.

Masks Are Optional

Masks are optional when inside the building. We do, however, continue to recommend the use of hand sanitizer and frequent hand washing. Hand sanitizer bottles are located throughout the building.


Holy Eucharist

Join us at 10:30am (MI time) as we gather together in the santuary.

Service Bulletins are available by clicking here.

Please join us … All are welcome!

Watch a recorded service, read archived bulletins or view service related information by clicking here. This information is also available under the Outreach & Ministries tab. We invite you to follow us on Facebook as well as check out our YouTube site.



Evening Prayer

Join us at 8:00pm (MI time) as we gathering together on Zoom. Click here to join.

Service Bulletins are available by clicking here.

Please join us … All are welcome!

Parking and Accessibility

We have a large parking area to the south of the church, with a broad, wheelchair-accessible sidewalk leading right to our front door. A church-owned wheelchair is kept in the bell-tower and available for use while attending a service or visiting the church. Let the Greeter/Usher know the wheelchair is needed after entering the church.

The sanctuary is on the same level as the door, so no additional ramps or steps are required. 

Our restrooms are built to be accessible and on the same level as the sanctuary and just off the coffee hour/social area. 

When needed, an elevator is available for access to other areas of the church building (offices, chapel, basement kitchen/gathering space).

Please join us … All are welcome!

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.