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Welcome Mtr. Joanne Izzo

Welcoming a new member to the church family is always a joyous occasion. The church wardens and parishioners wish Mtr. Joanne a warm and fulfilling journey as she becomes a part of our church family.​

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Lenten Reflections  

The Lenten Reflection Series: Seeing the Way of sorrows through the eyes of 5 witnesses we encounter in the Stations of the Cross. Each week we will imaginatively engage in the moment depicted and explore the relevance to our contemporary world. 

 

Tuesday evenings

Feb 27th, 2024 : Simon of Cyrene

March 5th, 2024: Veronica 

March 12th, 2024: A group of women of Jerusalem

March 19th, 2024:  The beloved disciple at the foot of the Cross

7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

 

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Meeting ID: 845 4808 3526
Passcode: 845074

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Wednesday Mornings

Wednesday 9:30am - 12:30pm: Prior to Celebration of the Holy Eucharist Stations of the Cross, Eucharist, light lunch with Lenten reflection. Come to all or whatever most interests you. Light lunch with reflection will be held in the Fellowship room on the second floor.

The Lenten Reflection topics discussed on Tuesday nights will be discussed in-person on Wednesdays.

Dates: February 28th , March 6th ,  13th and 20th  

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Celebrating the Life and Legacy of
Dr. Martin, Luther, King, Jr.

To commemorate the holiday celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., St. Mary’s Episcopal Church hosted a remarkable celebration on Sunday, January 14, 2024. The event welcomed numerous dignitaries who delivered speeches focusing on Dr. King’s Vision of Economic Justice for All.

The celebration garnered high praises, with one attendee describing it as stupendous. The evening unfolded as a magnificent blend of impactful speeches and captivating musical performances. House Democratic Leader, Hakeem Jeffries, served as the keynote speaker, delivering a heartfelt address. His speech was preceded by eloquent remarks from distinguished guests, including The Honorable Letitia James, The Honorable Kimberly Council, The Honorable Crystal Hudson, The Honorable Nydia Velazquez, and The Honorable Eric Gonzalez.

 

The musical segment featured outstanding performances by baritone Ricky Brackett, vocalist Courtney Long, accompanied by Asher Denberg, and the impressive choruses—The Brooklyn Contemporary Chorus and The Young People’s Chorus of New York City. The entire event was a testament to the enduring impact of Dr. King's legacy, leaving attendees inspired and moved by the powerful messages conveyed through words and music.

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Welcome

Welcome to St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, serving the Clinton Hill/Bedford Stuyvesant community since 1836. We are located at 230 Classon Avenue, on the corner of Classon and Willoughby Avenues. Please worship with us on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. and on Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. Our church and the parish house are both accessible to persons with disabilities.


St. Mary’s is a parish of the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island, which comprises the four counties on Long Island. The Diocese of Long Island is part of The Episcopal Church and the worldwide Anglican Communion, 80 million Christians around the globe.


Our landmark church building dates from 1859, and our new parish house was completed in 2023. We host a clothing pantry serving thousands every year, and 12-step meetings and other community events.


For a pickup of clothing and shoes you wish to donate, please call St. Mary's Clothing Drive at 718-529-6070.

Worship Schedule

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St. Mary´s Church and National Driving Forces

Happiness and Joy

"Spreading Love, Warmth, and Joy: St. Mary´s Church partnered with National Driving Forces and held a Christmas Party & Gift Giveaway. It was a Celebration of Giving to our Community!" Dec 16, 2023.

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St. Mary's Episcopal Church

230 Classon Avenue

Brooklyn, NY 11205-1441

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