At St. Mary's Church we are - all of us - pilgrims on the way.  We believe that ongoing study and learning - no matter what your age - is an essential tool for developing faith and deepening your spirituality and connection to God.

From Adult Bible Study, Men's Bible Study, Women's Spirituality Book Discussion Group and programs for kids and teens - St. Mary's offers a variety of opportunities for you to explore your faith.

Below are some details about the various programs being offered.  Please visit both St. Mary's ENews and the  St. Mary's Event Calendar, for details.



Adult and Men's Bible studies, classes on the Episcopal faith and tradition,  Financial Peace University, and book discussion groups are but just examples of what you can participate in at St. Mary's.  For current offerings, check our calendar.

Children's classes are from Episcopal Children's Curriculum and cover a variety of lessons on the Bible and Episcopal beliefs.  Children's classes meet on Sunday mornings from 10:30 to 11:15 in the lower level of the Parish House. 

Teens and tweens will gather on the first Sunday of each month after the 9:00  service to engage in a community service project. More events are being planned to prepare for a trip to the Episcopal Youth Summit in Washington, D.C. in the summer of 2020. Please check out our Event Calendar for dates and details of all events offered for teens and tweens.




Photo Credit:  Michelle Freitas, 2017