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.
We Episcopalians believe in a loving, liberating, and life-giving God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. 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.
What we believe is probably best expressed by what we be-love: we strive to give love and dignity to all human beings, we seek reconciliation with those whom we have hurt or who have hurt us, and we practice care for God's creation. This self-giving love is the heart of Christianity. It is focused on participating in God's dream for humanity in this life more so than in some heavenly afterlife. It demands the best of each of us.
We trust in God's abundance and unequivocal grace to all, and in response we follow with our bodies, hearts, minds, and spirits.
Our main worship service each week is on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. We are located at 50 W 200 N in Provo, Utah.
Whether you haven't been to church in a long time, if you're brand new to Christianity, or if you're comfortably part of another religious tradition, you are welcome to come visit St. Mary's Church.
Each of us is on a journey, seeking the path to a sustaining relationship with God and with others. We at St. Mary's Church are like you, and have chosen to journey with one another here. At St. Mary's, we have become part of a living tradition which speaks to us, and challenges us to grow into a deeper faith.
Our services are open to all, and we will welcome you when you choose to join with us.
Presiding Bishop Michael Bruce Curry invites you to join The Jesus Movement.
Come celebrate with us on Sunday, November 24th, at 10:30 am, to celebrate Rev. Susan's arrival!
We love music and strive to make our church facility a place where the community can come together to share the transformative power of music.
Get in contact with us--we would love to connect with you.