St. Mary's Episcopal Church
Schedule of Worship
It is with delight that we welcome one of our bishops,
Bishop Geralyn Wolf, to St. Mary's on Sunday, September 20 for a virtual episcopal visit.
For this Sunday, there will be no 8 am or 9 am services so that we can all gather and worship with our bishop as one.
We will return to our regular schedule on September 27.
Click this link to connect on Sunday at 10 am
Outdoor In-Person Worship Has Begun!
Please call the office prior to arrival so we can manage numbers.
In order to return to in-person worship in a safe manner, St. Mary's will do so in phases. In this first phase, we will be worshipping outside under a tent with a maximum attendance of 30. Masks must be worn at all times and social distancing between non-family members of at least 6' must be maintained. Communion will be celebrated, but not distributed.
Outdoor worshippers will need to bring their own lawn chairs or blankets to sit on and call the church office prior to the service to make a reservation so that we can manage the numbers to
30 per service.
We also continue our worship online.
Log in information for the 10 am online service follows:
Sunday Mornings - Holy Communion
8:00 am Outdoor Service
9:00 am Outdoor Service
10:00 am Online Service
Log in here
Meeting ID: 868 0120 9551
Wednesday Mornings - Holy Communion
Log in here
Meeting ID: 821 6895 7589
Please log in at least 15 minutes early
to give yourself time to get set up with the software.
Recordings of our worship together are found here.
Stay safe and God bless you!
Regular Schedule of
Traditional Language (no music) – 8:00 a.m.
Contemporary Language with music – 10:00 a.m.
Coffee Hour following both services
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Holy Communion with Anointing for Healing – 9:00 a.m.
165 Ponquogue Avenue
(Mailing Address: P.O. Box 782)
Hampton Bays, NY 11946
Parish Office Hours: Tuesday-Friday 11am- 4pm
"To Know Christ And Make Him Known"
In the heart of the Hamptons on Long Island's South Shore is the historic Norman-style Church of St. Mary. Our parish is a Eucharist centered family-oriented, year-round congregation. We are spiritually, financially, physically, and socially healthy having a strong, active lay ministry involved in all aspects of parish life. This includes Christian witness, regular prayer support, and community outreach.