What to Expect

What to Expect

As beings created by God one of our principal missions in life is to offer praise and adoration to God. Utilizing all our gifts in ministry we offer communal worship to God on a weekly basis.

As a congregation in the Episcopal Church, we worship according to the Book of Common Prayer. Our regular Sunday services are called “Holy Eucharist” (from the Greek word which means “thanksgiving”) and are communion services.

COVID precautions are kept for all worship services and fellowship.  Worship leaders, choir, and congregation wear masks during worship and we provide seating with extra space for those who prefer greater personal separation or who have not been vaccinated.  At this time, coffee hour with food and drinks after worship is suspended, but we still meet casually after the service.  We hope to reinstate coffee hour soon!

Worship with Us!

In Person and Online

WORSHIP IN PERSON | 10am

Join us in person every Sunday at 10:00 AM!

Join the St. Mary’s live stream worship service every Sunday at 10:00 AM.

If you would like to watch at a later time,  the video will be available 

 to watch on our YouTube channel.

Previous services can be found on our YouTube Channel as well.

Or click below on “Video Archive”.

Movement As Well As Words

Our bodies are made by God. Movement can be a way of giving ourselves back to God. At St. Mary’s people cross themselves, bow, stand, sit, and kneel at different times. Everyone is encouraged to try different movements and see if the experience of God is made greater. Movement, though, is not required. Many find worship perfectly fulfilling without much movement.

Everyone Is Invited

Jesus ate with anyone and everyone. By doing so he practiced the unconditional hospitality of God. At St. Mary’s everyone is invited to receive the bread and wine of Holy Communion. We believe God’s love extends to everyone and not just members of a particular tradition.

Kids Are Important

Jesus welcomed children and encouraged us to be like children in order to live in the world as God intends. Children are encouraged to participate in worship every Sunday and are invited to receive communion. When we welcome children we welcome the Christ Child as well.