All baptized Christians are welcome to come to the altar and receive the body and blood of Christ at communion. It is not required that you be an Episcopalian nor that you be a member of St. Mary's. However if you don't feel comfortable you are welcome to remain seated. For more information about Communion click here.
The printed program is easy to follow, but you are welcome to participate as much or as little as you would like.
If you enter through the red doors on the south side, you'll be greeted by our deacon, priest, or another member of our congregation. They'll provide you with a printed order of worship. Once you've got one, feel free to find a seat in our pews. In your program, you'll find that we sing hymns, recite prayers, partake of communion, and greet one another. The program along with the Book of Common Prayer and Hymnal walk you through step by step on how to participate. For more information on our worship click here.
Holy Eucharist: Sundays at 10:30 AM
Adult Study: Sundays at 9:15 AM
Fellowship Hour: Sundays at 11:30 AM
Potluck: First Sunday at 11:30 AM
Food & Care Service: 2nd Sunday at 12:00 PM
Youth Sunday School: Will resume in the fall
You'll probably feel most comfortable wearing nice but casual attire such as a pair of nice jeans and a button up shirt. However, on any given Sunday you'll find people in suits and people in T-shirts. Just come as you are!
Does anything take place after church?
After the Eucharist, we meet in the Parish Hall for a snack and fellowship for 30-45 minutes. We hope that you'll stay and get to know some of us! Though if you've got to run, that's okay too.
St. Mary's has really never focused on adding names to its rolls. Anyone is welcome here whether you're Greek Orthodox, Catholic, Mormon, or Agnostic. We believe that asking the right questions is more important than the answers that we come up with. Our most important priority is that you enjoy your time while you're here.
We're located near Smith's Food and Drug at 50 W. 200 N. in Provo. Feel free to park your car in the lot at the west side of our building and enter through the large red doors on the south side.
We meet on Sundays at 10:30am for the Eucharist. Services last about an hour, but you're invited to stay for coffee, juice, and dessert afterwards.
All are welcome at St. Mary's regardless of race or ethnicity, religion, gender, disability, or sexual orientation. The Episcopal church has fought for gay rights and the ordination of women since the 70's and welcomes with open arms anyone who comes through our doors.