Worship

At St. Mary’s we are passionate about liturgy. It is planned with beauty, care, and creativity and is central to our spiritual nourishment. We cherish our Anglican tradition while looking for new ways to inspire. Our service schedule can be found here

Our Main Sanctuary, with its cozy brick, high-beamed ceilings, intricately carved altar and majestic Jaeckel pipe organ,  is an uplifting place to worship and celebrate the Good News.

In-Person Worship At St. Mary's

We celebrate an in-person service of Holy Eucharist at St. Mary's every Sunday at 10:15 A.M. Currently, we have room for 55 people. Reservations must be made in advance. To make a reservation, sign up online at:
https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0e49aeaf28aafa7-inperson
Or, contact Christina Rompon at parishadmin@stmaryspr.org

We will continue to offer online worship on Sundays and on other special occasions for as long as the pandemic continues. To view our service online at 10:15 A.M., visit www.facebook.com/stmaryspr  

The Rev. Kate Spelman

The Rev. Kate Spelman will be celebrating the Eucharist with us most Sundays while Father Patrick is on sabbatical this summer. Kate's Sermon Archive can be found here.
Kate is an Episcopal priest in the Diocese of Chicago.  After almost a decade serving congregations in urban and suburban settings, she now works for AgeOptions,  the Area Agency on Aging of suburban Cook County, where she works to create programming and resources to better serve older LGBT+ adults and caregivers (www.thriving with pride.org).  When not at work, she enjoys cooking vegetarian food, reading good books, and watching trashy TV.  She lives in the near suburbs of Chicago with her lovely wife and ill-behaved dog.

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