Whether you call it the Eucharist, the Mass, Communion, the Lord's Supper, or by some other name, worship at St. Andrew's revolves around the altar, with the Eucharist being our principal service. All who have been baptized into the family of God, in the name of the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit, from whatever denomination are welcome to participate fully in the service.
Naturally, baptized children are welcomed to the altar as well, though unless we are otherwise instructed by their parent or guardian, they will receive only the bread, along with a blessing from the celebrating clergy.
We generally use the Book of Alternative Services and the Revised Common Lectionary, along with the hymnal Common Praise.
Historically, we have held a mid-week Book of Common Prayer Communion service on Wednesdays. It is our hope that this service will resume before the start of the next summer. This quiet, reflective, "said" service using the traditional English wording is seen by many as a welcome pause in the middle of the week.