• Rev. Patrick J. Skutch

  • Holy Eucharist

  • Holy Baptism

  • Deacon David Grauer

ANNUAL PARISH MEETING | Sunday, February 3, 2019: One Service At 9:30 am

ANNUAL PARISH MEETING ~ will take place in Grauer Lounge after the 9:30 a.m. service on Sunday, February 3, 2019, accompanied by a continental breakfast.

NOTE: THE 8 A.M. SERVICE WILL NOT BE HELD ON THIS DAY

Annual Meeting Formation/Child Care Information:  Normal Formation classes will be held during  the service.
Nursery will be open from 9 a.m. until the close of the annual meeting.
Following the 9:30 a.m. service, Zach Dyrda will pick up the children from the Sanctuary (all ages are welcome!). They will be enjoy snacks, a movie, and crafts upstairs in the Youth Room (above the Grauer Lounge). After the meeting, please pick up your children from the Youth Room

About Saint Mary's

St. Mary's Purpose is to pursue and recognize heaven on Earth through relationship with God and service to others and one another.

Welcome to our web site. We would be delighted to have you visit St. Mary's Episcopal Church. 

You do not need to be a member of the congregation to participate in any of our weekly acitivites or study groups on spirituality, social justice, education, health, and fellowship. If you are interested in exploring membership please contact Father Patrick Skutch at patrickskutch@stmaryspr.org or 847-823-4126.

About the Episcopal Church

The Episcopal Church is a gathering of all kinds of people who put their trust in Jesus of Nazareth as Lord and Savior, who believe that God loves all people, and who want to share God’s love, peace, and forgiveness with everyone we encounter. We want to follow Jesus and his teachings in our daily lives

St. Mary's Book Discussion Group | Next Meeting February 4

The St. Mary's Book Discussion Group meets the 1st Monday of  the month from  7:00-8:30 PM in the Grauer Lounge. 

On February 4 we will be discussing  Prague Winter, by Madeleine Albright, 487 pgs.
                   -a personal reflection on war and remembrance

You do not need to have read the book to attend.  Participants are invited to bring a snack or beverage to share.  Contact Jeanie Forrest at forrest.jean@gmail.com with any questions.

SPOTLIGHT ON......

As part of No Strangers at Home, we have installed a SPOTLIGHT board on the wall between the bell tower doors and the Grauer Lounge. We will be spotlighting different parishioners and outreach partners every few weeks so that we can all put names with faces. There will also be a little bio of each - the facts of which may or may not be the subject of a trivia game in the future! Be sure to stop and see our current SPOTLIGHT honorees: outgoing Vestry members, Dave Mazza and Bill Totsch. And get ready for your time in the SPOTLIGHT !

Care Corp

St. Mary's Care Corp brings dinners made by members of the church to people who are overwhelmed or stressed by any form of crisis. Families and individuals in distress are comforted when their basics needs are attended.
If you know of any one in need please feel free to reach out to St. Mary's clergy or Sandra Kreger (Care Corps coordinator).
Sandra can be reached at kregerfam@hotmail.com or 847-698-7677.