The Order of the Daughters of the King
The Order of the Daughters of the King is an order for women who are communicants of The Episcopal Church, churches in communion with The Episcopal Church, and churches in the historic episcopate but not in communion with The Episcopal Church.
Our membership currently includes women in the Anglican, Episcopal, Lutheran (ELCA), and Roman Catholic churches.
Reaffirming the promises made at Holy Baptism and Confirmation, a Daughter pledges herself to a life-long program of prayer, service, and evangelism. She receives support in this commitment from a worldwide community of like-minded women.
Canterbury Episcopal Fellowship
Canterbury Episcopal Fellowship represents Episcopal and Anglican life to undergraduate and graduate students of the Tri-state region of Appalachia.
We gather twice monthly for food, prayer, and intentional community.
We foster Safe Space, where everyone is welcome, regardless of age, sex, color, creed, sexual orientation, and gender identity.
(Ages 12 and up)
We heartily welcome anyone of an age to lend a hand in the worship of the parish.
The liturgy of the Book of Common Prayer, the official worship manual of The Episcopal Church, calls for the support of many lay ministers.
Youth train for a variety of vital ministries, including that of the Guild of Acolytes, Crucifers, Torchbearers, Lectors, Oblationers, Thurifer, among others.
The Healing Ministry of St. Luke the Physician
St. Mary’s Church strives to embody the Great Commission of Jesus to proclaim by word and deed the healing love of God in Christ.
We do so, in part, through the Healing Ministry of St. Luke the Physician, whose membership at St. Mary’s believe that healing exists today, and occurs through the hands of health professionals as well as through the hands of fellow Christians.
On the 1st, 3rd, and 5th Sundays of each month, we offer a Healing Station situated near the church’s West Window, where, after receiving the Holy Communion, all are most welcome to come forward for special prayers and intercessions, for oneself or on behalf of neighbors and friends.