We always seek to grow closer to God through study and prayer. We offer formation classes for adults, youth, and children.
St. Mary’s is an inter-generational community of faith! We welcome families of all ages, and have a number of ministries to help children and youth get involved in the church and grow in Christ.Read More »
We have two Youth Groups: one for Middle School (grades 6th to 8th) and one for High School (9th to 12th grades). The High School group meets twice a month, and the Middle School Group meets once a month. This ministry provides an opportunity for youth to discover their faith in a safe and enthusiastic environment. They are encouraged to ask questions, actively listen and develop…Read More »
In Fall 2022 we launched a new Small Group program. Small groups meet regularly and are organized along the following themes, please contact us if you are interested in more information:
- Sermon notes & Discussion: Every Other Tuesday Evening
- Women in the Word: Tuesday 2:00 p.m.
- Deep Dive Bible Study: Every Other Wednesday 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
- Bible Art Journaling: Sundays immediately a…
Education for Ministry (EfM)
EfM is a small seminar group for adults that meets weekly during the school year. We use materials from Sewanee, an Episcopal Seminary. We read a combination of The Bible, a reflection guide, and other books and commentaries. This is a 4 year program in which the Old Testament, New Testament, the history of the Church, and theology are covered. Somet…Read More »
Our Spirituality Group meets Saturday mornings at 8:30am to 9:30am. It is a time for book study, reflection and fellowship. We have lively and interesting discussions on current topics of concern and interest to a Christian life style. This group has returned to in-person meeting, in the Parish Hall, as well as being available on Zoom.
Education series on different topics will be held seasonally, on Wednesday evenings, Sunday mornings, and/or other times during the week. These offerings are made available for all. There will also be offerings such as book studies, workshops, or conversations for certain affinity groups (i.e. young adults, caregivers, parents, etc). Now that we are…