All are welcome to join us!

Worship Service

Sundays at 10:30 a.m. Coffee and Refreshments following the service.

Bible Study

Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m. in the Parish Hall.  Coffee and Refreshments included.

Evening Prayer

Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m. in the Chapel.

  • St Mary's is my home and comfortable for me. It is one of the few places other than the great outdoors that I can feel the presence of God. When I look up and see the 'angels wings' reflected on the wall above the cross in our sanctuary I know we are truly blessed. I know we are a spiritual congregation that always comes together to do the right thing. There is love, tolerance, compassion with no limits. I've never seen more loyalty to each other since I was a young marine overseas. We are a "Band of Christians" to paraphrase the famous WWII book and TV series, "Band of Brothers." We've withstood adversity. We've picked each other up with words of encouragement and shown sticktoittivenes through it all.

  • The best reason that comes to mind for my attendance in the Episcopal church for over 60 years is reverence. Reverence for the traditions, reverence for the worship service, reverence for the right of others to glorify God in quiet surroundings.

  • I attend the Episcopal Church in part because I am part of the worship service even sitting in the audience. I have a vocal input even if it is only reciting the prayers or creeds with others - my voice is heard by my fellow attendees and by God. I am putting claim to the prayer I pray or the creed I recite. I pray the prayers for others and for myself by speaking them aloud. I attend St Mary's because I am comfortable here - When I kneel and pray before services begin I can place my sorrows, hurts, unkind words or actions on the altar and walk away for a new week refreshed and ready to serve. I find a great deal of peace in our church, not because of me but because I can find forgiveness and joy within these walls simply by letting go of me and looking to and for God.

  • I have been a confirmed member of St. Mary's Episcopal church for about 50 years. It seems to have an interesting mix of tradition with a bit of a more modern and contemporary style that I find rather comforting.