The Episcopal Church recognizes that each person's relationship with God is unique and personal and we are very careful to honor and celebrate that uniqueness. In common with other Christians throughout the world, Episcopalians hold certain basic beliefs about God and the nature of creation that are summarized in the Apostles' Creed and the Nicene Creed.Read More »
In 2020, St. Mary's began a process of discerning our future that we are calling Dreaming Our Future. It's not a new endeavor, really; every ten years or so, the vestry and congregation have embarked together on a period of reflection and discernment about who we are as a faith community, and wher…Read More »
The ministers of St. Mary’s are all of the people. By virtue of baptism, all are called into ministry in the church and in their daily lives and work. The clergy, vestry, staff, and lay leadership enjoy working together to help all people grow and deepen their relationship with God in Christ Jesus.Read More »
...that God is calling us to grow and deepen our relationship with God in Christ Jesus, by becoming an ever more active inviting, inclusive and multicultural community of faith, intentionally inter-generational from infant to elder, always reaching out to those within and outside our community, with many small group opportunities in which to share and live our faith.Read More »
In the Baptismal Covenant of The Episcopal Church we promise to seek and serve Christ in all persons, loving our neighbors as ourselves, and to strive for justice and peace among all people, respecting the dignity of every human being.
Based on these sacred baptismal vows, St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, Anchorage not only welcomes, but delights in people of every race, gender, gen…Read More »
"Oh ye Frost and Cold, Bless ye the Lord;
Praise Him and Magnify Him Forever!"
Since 1954 St. Mary's has been a member of the community of Anchorage.Read More »