Bishop Scott Hayashi joins campaign against domestic violence
A Message From
Bishop Scott Hayashi for Advent and Our 150th Anniversary.
A novice came to a spiritual master seeking illumination. He asked, "What action shall I perform to attain God?"
The master replied, "If you wish to attain God then there are two things you must know. The first is that all efforts to attain the Divine are of no avail."
"And the second?" the aspirant asked.
"You must act as if you did not know the first," the master replied. —Anthony de Mello.
Hours: M - Th, 11-2pm
We are committed to worship that expresses the depth of God’s love for us and the transcendence of God’s grace for us. We accept others, by honoring differences of opinion and by accepting one another regardless of who we are or where we come from. We are a sanctuary for those who are searching, grieving, hurting, lonely, or in recovery, and a place where people can heal and be equipped to live as God intended, in peace and love. We care about the communities in which we live, and we seek, as individuals and as a congregation, to reach out to others carrying with us the good news of Jesus’ love for us. We are rooted in historical Christianity, particularly as it is expressed in the Anglican tradition of scripture, tradition, and reason.
Hours: M-F, 6:30-8:30PM
Peter J. Van Hook
Hours: Tuesday afternoons and evenings;
All day Wednesday
Our worship services are on Sunday at 10:30 am and last about an hour. We're located at 50 West 200 North in Provo. Join us for our fellowship hour at 11:30 am.
At St. Mary's Episcopal Church we believe that God loves you just as you are. Our mission is to be a place where anyone can feel welcome and accepted.
Our community strives to fulfill it's mission by teaming up with partners like Utah Pride, PFLAG, Utah Food & Care Coalition, and over a dozen other Support Groups for addiction and recovery.
At St. Mary's
those in need