St. Mary's is located at 1060 Cottage Avenue, at the corner of Cottage and Louise Avenue. Our church has approximately 30 active members. Services follow the Anglican tradition with traditional hymns as well as spirit filled praise music. The Eucharist is celebrated every Sunday and most Holy Days. The members are truly a “family” that loves and cares for each other and is always excited about adding new family members. Praying for each other is central to our worship service. We look forward to your visit!
Please call 209-327-0816 for more information.
Tuesday 12/24/19. Christmas Eve Candlelight service @ 7.30p.m.
Wednesday 12/25/19. Christmas Day service @ 10:00 a.m.
Sunday 1/5/20. Epiphany Service @10.00 a.m.
Call Deacon Lee Johnson at 209-327-0816 for additional information.
WHEN YOU CAN FIND US
We gather weekly on Sunday mornings to celebrate the good news that Christ died for our sins, was buried and was raised on the third day. Jesus' resurrection means for us the repair of a broken past, hope for the present and the promise of the Kingdom of God in the future.
As an Anglican church, we worship in a liturgical form that, in a variety of ways, has been used by Christians to worship God since the early days of the church.
Although a Deacon leads us, we receive Holy Communion each week from the Reserved Sacrament, which has been consecrated by a priest.
We have open Communion at St. Mary's. All Christians who have been baptized with water in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, are welcome at the table.
We have a Tuesday morning Bible study which begins at 10:00 a.m. and is held in ou Fellowship Hall. We are presently studying the Gospel of John.
On Wednesday evenings at 6:00 p.m. there is alays a spirit filled Bible study led by Deacon Lee or another member of the congregation. Often more than half the congregation gathers for this mid-week study. The studies range from from Books of the Bible to spiritual gifts, prayer, daily living, etc.