At St. Mary’s, we seek to live out our faith by following Galatians 6:2: “Bear one another’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ.” When a member of our parish is ill or in need, the community pitches in to support them. These are some of the ministries that St. Mary’s parishioners participate in regularly.
Pastoral Care and Emergencies
If you are ill or hospitalized and in need of a visit contact the office Monday – Friday between 9 am and 4 pm. Contact the clergy directly after hours and on weekends.
The Rev. Vanessa Stickler Glass: 415-717-3160
The Rev. John Morris: 707-815-1140
The Rev. Don Callison: 707-287-2000
Our Eucharistic Visitors bring Communion to those who are unable to attend our weekly worship services. If you would like someone to bring Communion to you, or if you are interested in becoming a Eucharistic visitor, please contact us.
The Hearth Guild is made up of volunteers from the congregation who provide meals on a short-term basis to our parishioners who experience a sudden illness, injury, or trauma. If you would like to volunteer to prepare food for someone in need, please contact us.
P.I.E (People In Evangelism) Ministry
The P.I.E ministry delivers a sweet or savory treat to new members of St. Mary’s to welcome them to our community and answer any questions new members may have.If you would like to bake or deliver pies, please contact us.
The House Angels are a group of parishioners who offer to drive other parish members who are in need of transportation to the doctor, grocery store, church, or other local destinations. If you are available to give a ride to someone in need, please contact us.
St. Mary’s has a group of parishioners who pray regularly for our parish prayer list, and for anyone who requests extra prayers during the week. If you feel called to support our church family through prayer, please contact us for more information.