50 West 200 North, Provo, Utah | Sundays at 10:30am | All are welcome, God loves you as you are!

recent programs

The Bishop's Committee recently decided to move forward with our Community Music Program. This means St. Mary's will soon be a venue for small recitals and other programs!


Volunteer at the Utah Food & Care Coalition or to serve during our Sunday Morning Services. Got musical talent? We'd love you to share it!

mission & vision

Our mission is to provide a safe space for anyone in Utah County who is in need of comfort, help, or solace. 

There's something about St. Mary's that speaks to you. Maybe it's the stained glass windows and the bright red door, maybe it's the peace you feel as you sit quietly waiting for God to finally answer your prayers, or maybe it's the people, who welcome anyone: addicts, gays, lesbians, drifters, immigrants, it doesn't matter.

St. Mary's is a safe place. You come as you are and you leave better. It's a place where we care about people more than policies, where we value questions more than answers, and where people from all walks of life can come together to celebrate a life of thanksgiving.

St. Mary's is part of the Episcopal Church in the "Anglican Communion." Together we are 80 million strong, we live on every continent, and pray in every language. We're connected through the centuries to the rich heritage of traditional Christianity. We're more than just a small church, we're a home to over a dozen support groups for those recovering from addiction and those who've been rejected from society. With our partners, we feed the hungry, clothe the naked, house the homeless. We are Christians, Disciples, Mothers, Fathers, Brothers, Sisters, and Friends. We are St. Mary's Episcopal Church.

St. Mary's Legacy

  1. 1892  The first Episcopal Mission in Provo was founded with the Rev. George Townsend as the first Episcopal cleric in the area.
  2. 1907   With only 11 members the small Church sanctuary was built and St. Mary's was founded. St. Mary's first community efforts included prisoner justice, the abolition of the death penalty, and racial equality. 
  3. 1960's  Beginning in the 1960's the Episcopal Church began to develop a solid reputation as a progressive Christian denomination.
  4. 2014+   In recent years St. Mary's has continued to live out its progressive mission by supporting the ordination of women in the 70's, and gay marriage since the 90's, as well as a host of other ministries to those in need.

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