How are we, as people of faith, called to care for the “least of these” in our community? Join us for our Second Saturday Discussion Group to learn how we are called to serve the “least of these” who suffer from hunger, homelessness and addiction. This series of discussions will … Continue reading
CHURCH RUMMAGE SALE: Fri. May 31, 9-5 & Sat. June 1, 9-3 Many household items, clothing, tools, books, pub stools, golf and ski equipment and more.
For many Christians, science and faith seem incompatible. Our Wednesday evening Soup Suppers and Lenten Study will provide an opportunity to discuss how and if we can reconcile faith and science in the 21st Century. Topics will include creation, time, genetics and the cosmos, all in relation to God. Soup … Continue reading
Our Annual Harvest Festival Potluck Dinner and Dance is Saturday, November 3. Music by the Back Porch Band begins at 5:00 pm with dinner at 6. Bring your friends, neighbors, family and a favorite dish to share. Suggested donation is $10 per adult. All proceeds benefit area food programs through … Continue reading
Like the apostles, we long to learn to pray as Jesus prayed: with faith, fire and fervency. Too often, however, we’re not sure how to begin, what to say, or even if our prayers will be heard and answered. This four-session discussion series will explore the four traditional forms of … Continue reading
Join us at 9:30 a.m. on the second Saturday of each month as we delve deeper into topics important to the faith journey of all Christians. These one-hour discussion groups are informal and everyone is welcome to join us when your schedule permits. Our current discussion series focuses on C. … Continue reading
Jim and Linda Wallace (left), Deacon Brenda Hoffman and Gurtie Berkner (right) welcome the Rev. Scott Monson as their new Rector following his induction on June 24, 2014. Fr. Scott had been serving St. Mary’s as Priest-in-Charge since January 2012.
The banners are coming! The children of St. Mary’s have been learning about the meaning of the liturgical colors and symbols. They are transforming what they have learned into beautiful, colorful banners that the children will carry in procession on Pentecost Sunday, May 19. Between now and then, teaching/banner-making sessions … Continue reading