Worshiping God Through Music


Christian Formation for All Ages

Welcome to Harcourt Parish Episcopal Church


Responding to God’s gracious love with minds to think, hearts to love and hands to serve

**All public services are suspended until further notice.**

For information about online worship and other resources during the COVID-19 pandemic, please click here.

To support Harcourt Parish financially, you can make a donation online through the Diocese of Ohio (please select Gambier-Harcourt Parish from the drop down menu)


Service Times

Academic-Year Sundays: 10:30am
(Choral Eucharist with nursery and Sunday School)

Summer Sundays (June-August): 10:30am, Harcourt Parish House (201 Brooklyn St)

Wednesday: 5pm
(Simple spoken Holy Communion)


Harcourt Parish is a historical Episcopal congregation committed to thoughtful worship, welcoming community and empowering service.

Established on the Kenyon campus in 1827 and privileged to worship in the College’s historic and beautiful chapel, Harcourt Parish is open and affirming for all who wish to join us in worship and sacraments.

For more information about the Harcourt Parish community, what we believe, and how you can become more involved, please click on these links below.

Special Services in Lent

Evening Prayer, 5pm: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday

Dinner and Discussion Amy-Jill Levine’s A Beginner’s Guide to Holy Week, 5:30pm: Wednesdays starting March 11

Holy Week and Easter Services

Palm Sunday, April 5th
10:30am Meet at the gates for palm procession (rain site: chapel)

Maundy Thursday, April 9th
7pm Foot Washing, Eucharist, Stripping of the altar

Good Friday, April 10th
12:10pm Stations of the Cross
4:30pm Solemn Liturgy of Christ’s Passion

Easter Day, April 12th
6am Vigil with Incense, breakfast to follow in the Parish House
10:30am Choral Holy Festival with Incense

Support the Harcourt Parish Choir! 

Spirituals from Harcourt Parish is a recording of traditional hymns and songs from the African American musical lexicon performed by Jonathan Tazewell, Sharon Stohrer and Robert Milnikel . The proceeds from the sale of this album support student musicians from Kenyon College who participate in the Harcourt Parish music program. Jonathan Tazewell is a professor at Kenyon College and serves as the cantor for Harcourt Parish. Sharon Stohrer is the choral director and organist, and Robert Milnikel is a professor of mathematics and clarinetist.

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