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How to Find Us

St. Mary’s is located at the corner of 13th Avenue and Pearl Street in downtown Eugene.

St. Mary’s Episcopal Church
1300 Pearl Street
Eugene, OR 97401


Office hours: 

9 AM - 5 PM, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays. 

Car Parking: 

You can enter our lot from the alleys off of Pearl or 13th. All our spots are all labeled "St. Mary". There is additional parking on the streets around the church. Metered spots are free on Sundays and after 6 PM the rest of the week. There is some free two-hour on-street parking about a block away on 14th and 15th.

Bicycle Parking: 

We have a covered bike rack between the Pearl Street sidewalk and our parking lot. We also have a bike rack just inside our Pearl Street courtyard gate. 


Our main entrance is through the gate on Pearl Street. Our friendly office assistants will buzz you in during office hours. The doors are unlocked for worship. The 13th Avenue door is open on Sundays and special occasions.

Public Transportation:

St. Mary's is located only two blocks from LTD's downtown bus station. Additionally, routes 27, 82, and 92 stop right outside our main entrance on Pearl Street.

Directions from Interstate 5:

Take the Highway 126 West exit
Follow Highway 126 as it crosses the river and becomes Jefferson Street.
Follow Jefferson Street south and turn left (east) on 13th Avenue.
Follow 13th Avenue east to Pearl Street (approximately 0.8 mile). St. Mary’s is at the corner.

Worship Services


8:00 AM Holy Eucharist (Rite I): A quieter and more traditional service using the majestic and poetic language and cadences of Elizabethan English. This service includes music.

9:30 AM Holy Eucharist (Rite II and Enriching Our Worship): Often described as the Family Service, this service is an intergenerational service that makes a special effort to welcome and include children and youth. Children and youth are invited forward to stand at the altar during the Eucharistic Prayer and our slightly different service order allows children and youth to go to Sunday School during the recessional hymn while the adults stay to listen to the sermon. The three children and youth choirs regularly participate at this service, along with an occasional pop-up choirs for singers of all ages.

11:00 AM Holy Eucharist (Rite II): This service has a dignified solemnity. The Liturgical Choir sings at this service during most of the year. We use incense during part of the year. Some refer to this as the “smells and bells” service.

1:30 PM Spanish-language Eucharist (Rite II): At the Spanish language service, we celebrate the Eucharist every week in the primary language of many of our members. We make a special effort at this service to welcome children. We include a children's story and during the Eucharistic Prayer, the children join us around the altar.

Also on Sundays

While all children are always welcome in our services, nursery care is available for our youngest members (3 months to 4 years old) from 9:00 until 11:00 AM.

Visit our Kids & Youth page for more information about all our programs for children and youth. 

Coffee Hour

Following each of the Sunday morning church services, everyone is welcome to gather for fellowship over coffee, tea, and snacks. Unless otherwise announced, coffee hour is in the Guild Room. 


9:30 AM Holy Eucharist with healing and anointing in the chapel. This is a simple Rite II Eucharist that rarely incorporates music. At this service we commemorate the saints using Holy Women, Holy Men. 


8:00 AM Centering Prayer in the Guild Room (ring doorbell if you don’t have a key).  Centering Prayer is a method of silent prayer.  We sit in a circle and the meditation begins with a recorded chant followed by 20 minutes sitting in silent prayer and concluding with recorded sacred music. Instructions in Centering Prayer are simple, so please join us even if you haven’t tried this method of prayer before.


1:30 PM on 3rd Saturdays Contemplative Prayer is a 90 minute meditation service. We rotate between sitting meditation and walking meditation, with one short teaching period.

5:00 PM Circle Eucharist: This is an alternative service based on community and a commitment to a vision of equals coming together to worship, pray and struggle with our faith. This service takes place in the Guild Room.