St. Mary's Episcopal Church

About Us

Nourishing Souls and Saving Lives In Provo Since 1892

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.

Our Services

Holy Eucharist
Adult Study Group
Fellowship hour

What to Expect

What are services like?
If you enter through the red doors on the south side, you'll be greeted by our deacon, priest, or another member of our congregation. They'll provide you with a printed order of worship. Once you've got one, feel free to find a seat in our pews. In your program you'll find that we sing hymns, recite prayers, partake of communion, and greet one another. The program walks you through step by step on how to participate.

What is the community like?
St. Mary's has really never focused on adding names to it's rolls. Anyone is welcome here whether you're Greek Orthodox, Catholic, Mormon, or Agnostic. We believe that asking the right questions is more important than the answers that we come up with. Our most important priority is that you enjoy your time while you're here.

What if I'm not a Christian?
All visitors are welcome at St. Mary's regardless of race or ethnicity, religion, gender, disability, or sexual orientation. The Episcopal church has fought for gay rights and the ordination of women since the 70's and welcomes with open arms anyone who comes through our doors. At St. Mary's anyone who feels comfortable is welcome to break bread and wine with us. However if you don't feel comfortable you are welcome to remain seated.


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