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The Shoe That Grows: 2017 Advent Outreach Project

By Barbara Van Gaasbeek In many countries around the globe, contaminated water on river banks and contaminated soil provide breeding grounds for parasites which can easily enter the body through bare feet. Approximately 300 million children in the world suffer from the effects of parasites. Parents who live in impoverished ...
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St. Mary’s Pledges To Be Part of Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts

News of the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey has traveled worldwide and individuals and groups have mobilized to assist our friends in Southeastern Texas. St. Mary's will be an active part of those relief efforts in the days and months ahead as those in the storm's path rebuild their lives ...
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Journey Of The Universe

Where did humans and all life forms come from? All cultures have origin stories that explain the origins of humankind and other life forms. Early cultures relied on origin stories based on the natural and spiritual worlds. Modern peoples draw on a variety of disciplines to explain the natural and ...
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Please Join Us On June 25 As Bishop Visits St. Mary’s

The Right Reverend Diane Jardine Bruce will be celebrant and preacher at the 10:30 a.m. service on  Sunday, June 25th, 2017 at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church. We warmly invite you to strengthen your commitment to your faith through Baptism, Confirmation, Reception and Reaffirmation. Baptism “Holy Baptism is full initiation by ...
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