Worship Times

Communion with God

Sunday Worship

7:30 AM Holy Eucharist / Traditional

8:45 AM Holy Eucharist with Kids' Word & Children's Chapel

10:00 AM Christian Education

11:00 AM Holy Eucharist with Kids' Word

5:00 PM Holy Eucharist with String Ensemble / Nursery provided.

Lenten Worship for 2018

Click here for a video describing Lenten Worship for 2018 by our very own Rev. Danielle Thompson.

Holy Week Worship Schedule

Palm Sunday-Sunday, of the Passion, March 25

Preacher at all services:  The Rev. Danielle Thompson

7:30 AM Liturgy of the Palms & Holy Eucharist (traditional language)

8:45 AM Liturgy of the Palms & Holy Eucharist with Kids’ Word and Children’s Chapel

No Christian Education

11:00 AM Liturgy of the Palms & Holy Eucharist with Kids’ Word

5:00 PM Liturgy of the Palms & Holy Eucharist with string ensemble

Maundy Thursday, March 29

5:30 PM Service of Foot Washing, Holy Eucharist, Stripping of the Altar

Preacher The Rev. H. Huey Gardner


Good Friday, March 30

Noon Parish Office Closes

12:05 PM Good Friday Liturgy and Communion from Reserved Sacrament

Preacher:  The Rev. Grady Richardson 


Saturday Evening, March 31

6:30 PM The Great Vigil of Easter 

Preacher:  The Rev. H. Huey Gardner

Easter Day - Sunday of the Resurrection, April 1

Preacher at all services:  The Rev. H. Huey Gardner

7:00 AM Holy Eucharist (traditional language)

8:15 AM The Music of Easter

8:45 AM Family Service of Holy Eucharist with Flowering of the Cross and Mite Box Collection

No Christian Education

10:30 AM The Music of Easter

11:00 AM Holy Eucharist with Kids’ Word

No 5:00 pm service 



Link to Full Worship Schedule

Tuesday Morning Prayer

8:40 AM Meeting every Tuesday, in the chancel, starting January 23, 2018 through May 2018. This liturgy is led by those present on behalf of the larger community.




From Our Rector

A Place Where All are Welcomed

One of my favorite images used by Jesus to describe the Kingdom of God is a great banquet. The Gospel of Matthew describes the one who hosts the banquet as bound and determined to have his guests enjoy the feast. The invited guests are from various walks of life; the master even sends his servants out to bring people in from the road and byways. For me this image says a great deal about God. God goes to great lengths to have people included in the celebration. This image tells me a great deal about what the church should be. And, what St. Mary's strives to be for any and all who visit.

At St. Mary’s we are busy bringing in God’s Kingdom. We seek to understand through study; we strive for devotion through worship; and we always search for ways to serve others. For these activities are central to the Kingdom that Jesus invites us to embrace.

I hope that you will come and see what God is doing in the midst of this historic and diverse community of St. Mary’s . There is a place for you, and there is a need for the gifts you have to offer. Come and worship with us. Come and study with us. Come and serve with us. The invitation comes first from God and from the whole parish family of St. Mary’s-on-the-Highlands.




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