Worship

 

Praise the Lord!  Praise God in his sanctuary; praise him in his mighty firmament!  (Psalm 150:1)

 

St. Mary's principal worship is Holy Eucharist at 9:15 am each Sunday.  

 

Throughout the year, we have special opportunities for worship, including an Epiphany Evening Prayer; Lent, Holy Week, and Easter services; St. Mary's Day; the Blessing of the New School Year; the St. Francis Day Pet Blessing; Thanksgiving Day Eucharist; St. Nicholas Day; Advent Lessons and Carols; Christmas Eve and Christmas Day services; and Christmas Lessons and Carols.

 

There are many ways that adults, young people, and children help with worship at  St. Mary's:  preparing the altar, greeting worshippers, serving as acolytes, singing in the choir, reading scripture, leading prayers, and serving at the altar during communion, among others.  If you are interested in ways you can help with worship, please see the interim Priest.