"Opening Hearts and Minds to All"
The word Episcopal means "pertaining to Bishops," and refers to the way the church is organized into geographical dioceses containing many congregations, with bishops as their shared pastors and leaders. The Episcopal Church is a member of a worldwide association, or communion, known as the Anglican Communion. Together we join with our brothers and sisters all over the world in worshiping Jesus Christ in common prayer.
Commitment—We are committed to God in Jesus Christ, to one another, and to Jesus' mission to the world.
Care—We enjoy and care for one another at St. Mary's.
Compassion—We reach out in God's compassion to the world around us, including people from all backgrounds and cultures.
Celebration—We rejoice in God's love through worship, fellowship, and special events.
The purpose of St. Mary's Episcopal Church is to restore all people to unity with God and each other in Christ.
Every weekend is a celebration at St. Mary's! We are glad to be in God's presence and with one another. We have two worship services each Sunday, each with it's own style:
Evening Prayer Services
We have meditative Evening Prayer services at the church building on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month at 7 p.m.
6:00 p.m. - CommUnity
This is an exciting Saturday Evening service that uses contemporary prayers, music, videos, and skits to provide an additional sensory experience which brings the message of Jesus Christ into our present day lives. Holy Eucharist on 4th Saturday of each month.
St. Mary's will be holding our annual vacation Bible school (Kids Kamp) for ages 4-12 this July 11-15. This year's fun will be based on Inside Out and will be called "Emotions Everywhere!". It is Bible-based program, striving to teach the children a little about their emotions and the role they play in who they are. This is a free program! We are asking for donations only.
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