The Venerable Bede 672-735​​

St. Bede has been called "the Father of English History." St. Bede remained a monk despite many opportunities to seek more esteemed  holy orders.  He was a prolific observer of the English Church and a staunch advocate of education for all.
Augustine of Canterbury 530-604

Born in Italy, St. Augustine was made the first Archbishop of Canterbury by Pope Gregory the Great.  By his industry, the kingdom of Kent was converted to Christianity and the see of Canterbury became a reknown center  of learning.

Aidan of Lindisfarne 590-651

Irish born St. Aidan began his ministry as missionary to the English. After founding the monastery of Lindisfarne, Aidan set out to spead the Christian faith among the inhabitants of Northumbria where he established churches and monasteries. Created bishop, Aidan died on the feast of the Ascension

Hilda of Whitby 614-680

St. Hilda established the Abbey of Whitby. She was an important forcc in the conversion of the Anglo-Saxons. Hilda was recognized for her wisdom and was an advisor to kings and bishops.

Main altar at St. Mary the Virgin

                 SUNDAY, JULY 23 , 2017
                         Mass: 9:30 a.m.

                Commemorate St. James, Apostle; St. Anne;  St.Martha

                  SUNDAY, JULY 30 , 2017

                     LAMMAS SUNDAY
                        Mass: 9:30 a.m.
       Commemorate St. Dominic; St. Oswald

                 SUNDAY, AUGUST 6, 2017
                        Mass: 9:30 a.m.

​             Commemorate The Most Holy Name of Jesus; St. Lawrence;
                              St. Clare; Eighth Sunday after Trinity


                  SUNDAY, AUGUST 13, 2017
                        Mass: 9:30 a.m.

                Commemorate Ninth Sunday after Trinity; St. Joachim
              SUNDAY, AUGUST 20, 2017
                       Mass: 9:30 a.m.
Commemorate St. Jane Chantal; St. Bartholomew, Apostle; St. Louis
                       SUNDAY, AUGUST 27, 2017
                       Mass: 9:30 a.m.

Commemorate St. Augustine of Hippo; St. Aidan



                                     Who We Are

The Anglican Catholic Church of Saint Mary the Virgin is a small but growing mission parish within the Anglican Province of Christ the King. We are a Continuing Anglican church in which we worship Jesus Christ, the Incarnate Son of God, and honor the Blessed Virgin. We are former Episcopalians, Lutherans, Roman Catholics, Methodists, Mormons: a home for all those who wish to worship Our Lord in faithful obedience to His word. 

We make a joyful noise unto the Lord in thanksgiving for his sacrifice, once offered, for the salvation of the world.




Our faith rests on the unerring truth of the Gospel, Holy Scripture, and the redeeming sacrifice of our Lord Jesus Christ. As St. Thomas More observed, we hold our faith in our hands like water, whole and complete, from which all who thirst for salvation may be refreshed, knowing that if we open our fingers even slightly, what was once whole slips through our fingers and is lost; the whole becomes a part and the part grows less and less until the truth falls away completely and our hands are left empty. When Christian churches choose to let fall away fundamental truths of the Gospel and replace the words of Our Lord and his apostles with compromise, political correctness, expediency, and a rush to embrace vain trends of the secular world, we are called to stand fast in the faith given us by Christ Jesus, his apostles and saints. We affirm our Catholic and Anglican heritage, holding fast and witnessing to the faith received once for all, eternal and unchanging. 

We acknowledge our Anglican heritage as that of the martyrs and saints who were the first fruits of the Christian faith in Britain. We acknowledge that we are Catholics in faith and practice, for our Mother the Church has many daughters and we are among her eldest. We worship God alone in the unity of the most Holy Trinity: Father, Son and Holy Spirit. We honor and revere the saints of God by whose sacrifices and examples we are called to witness our Christian faith, knowing that they stand before the throne of God the Father in praise, joining their prayers to ours for the salvation of the world. We venerate the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Holy Mother, by whose obedience to God's command our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, was made man. 

Praise and glory and honor and majesty be to our risen Lord Jesus Christ, by whose glorious resurrection we are saved unto eternal life.  


Almighty God, we give thanks unto Thee that by Thy word the Blessed Virgin Mary was born chaste and free of sin; through whose virginity was born our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, to be the redeemer of the world. Even as the angels honored the Virgin, so do we venerate the same Handmaid of the Lord who remained obedient to the word of God and a light to all who believe.