Wye Parish – an active Episcopal Parish in the Diocese of Easton, Maryland with two locations serving mid-shore communities in Queen Anne’s and Talbot counties.  Although composed of two churches, Wye Parish is one church family with one rector, one vestry (governing body), one ECW group (Episcopal Church Women), and one Sunday school.  Connect with us; we offer worship services, music, events and opportunities to learn and grow.

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Newsletter

We publish a weekly e-newsletter entitled Word to the Wyes this Week. It’s a very helpful way to keep informed of what’s happening at Wye. Word to the Wyes this Week contains parish news and notes, a weekly parish calendar, projects, information on upcoming events and special ministries. Please enjoy reading this week’s edition of the Word to the Wyes this Week.

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Christmas at Wye Parish

Second Sunday of Advent, December 4

9 am Holy Communion

St. Luke’s Chapel, Queenstown


Third Sunday of Advent, December 11

9 am Holy Communion

St. Luke’s Chapel, Queenstown


Fourth Sunday of Advent, December 18

9 am Lessons and Carols

Old Wye Church, Wye Mills


Saturday, December 24

5 PM Christmas Eve Family Holy Communion

St. Luke’s Chapel, Queenstown


Saturday, December 24

10 PM Christmas Eve Candlelight Holy Communion

Old Wye Church, Wye Mills

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Children Christmas Shopping
Saint Luke’s Chapel, 7208 Main Street, Queenstown MD 21658
December 3
9 AM till 1 PM
St Luke’s is inviting all Elementary aged children to come and SHOP. Lots of donated items the children can choose from to find a gift for Mom, Dad, Grandmom, Pop, Aunts, Uncles and friends too. Prices range from 25¢ to $5.00. Help is available for those who can not read their shopping list that Mom or Dad has prepared. Children will have help wrapping and tagging all their purchases after shopping.