Services and Schedule

Sunday Morning Worship Services

St. Mary’s is so grateful to announce that we are resuming indoor, in-person worship services in New St. Mary’s on Sunday mornings. As of Sunday, September 12, we are returning to two services at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. We still  Recommend that you wear a mask. This recommendation is for all whether vaccinated or not, bearing in mind especially concern for children under 12 years of age for whom the vaccine is not yet available and for parishioners attending who may be immuno-compromised. Congregational singing is now permitted with masks, so please sing out! For now, we will continue to receive Communion ‘in one kind’, but the ushers will no longer be offering to sanitize your hands beforehand.

We think you will find a warm, serene, welcoming service and congregation when you come. Children are encouraged to participate in the liturgies along with their parents and other adults members. We welcome children of all ages in the service. Nursery care is available for children newborn – age 4 in the Sunday School Building.

9:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist I in New St. Mary’s

10:10 a.m. Adult Forum, Sunday School, and Confirmation Class

Adult Forum in the New Parish Hall

Outdoor Sunday School in the grassy area behind New St. Mary’s

Youth Gathering Outside the Education Building

11:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist II and Morning Prayer I in New St. Mary’s*

*We have first, third, and fifth Sunday Holy Eucharist at both services. Second and fourth Sundays will have Morning Prayer, except during Advent, Lent, and Easter.


Sunday Morning Live Stream on Facebook

St. Mary’s is no longer offering a per-recorded virtual service. For now, we will offer a live stream at 9 a.m. on Sundays via St. Mary’s Facebook page. The video will be saved on St. Mary’s Facebook page for viewing later and posted later on St. Mary’s YouTube channel.


Wednesdays at Noon – Holy Eucharist with Prayers for Healing

Join us for the celebration of Holy Eucharist with Prayers for Healing at 12 noon each Wednesday in Little St. Mary’s. This service uses an abbreviated form of the liturgy and includes a brief homily. Following the communion of the people, prayers for healing are offered. The service is approximately a half an hour.