I invite you to come to church at St. Mary’s. If you haven’t been to church in awhile, you might be surprised at how fulfilling it can be. We have Sunday Eucharist at 11am, followed by Sunday Brunch in the Church Hall – St. Mary’s has many good cooks. We also have a 6pm Eucharist on Sunday, a more meditative service, followed by dinner out at a local restaurant. People who attend find it a peaceful end to the weekend and a good way to start their week.
There are many places to worship, but St. Mary’s has a spirit as broad as the diversity in Dorchester. Whether you are an Episcopalian, Roman Catholic, part of another faith tradition, or stepping in after years away, I welcome you. Bring your personal gifts, your doubts, your fears, and your flaws. We want you as you are, the way God made you.
Our commitment to feeding the poor is as strong as our commitment to feeding each other. Our Sunday Brunch is an extension of the Eucharist, as we gather at the family dinner table of our community to enjoy a meal and conversation. It’s a place to make new friends.
I hope you will come to church one Sunday soon, and find out what makes St. Mary’s special.
- The Reverend Frank Fornaro