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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Calling All Singers

The Wye Parish Music Committee invites you to a meet and greet Ms. Carolyn Cutler who will be leading our choir this fall through Christmas. Join with past and present singers on Wednesday evening, October 6th, 7 to 8 pm in the Wye Parish House, Wye Mills. We look forward to preparing seasonal music, hymns and anthems for All Saints Sunday, Thanksgiving, Advent and Christmas.
books cafe sale

BOOKS CAFÉ REOPENS BY APPOINTMENT

Closed down by the pandemic in March of 2020, the Wye Parish Books Café has reopened to the public for individual appointments at the regular location, St. Luke’s Chapel, 7208 Main St., Queenstown.

On offer, the usual huge assortment of books at 90% off.

The Children’s Room is full of attractive reading for all ages, and the former lunchroom (there will be no food service) has become the “Book Nook” with Mysteries, Nature, Science, True Crime, “Potpourri” ( a miscellany for browsing), and an exceptional range of books of Local and Regional interest.  The big History collection, including Military History, has grown even bigger, and an enlarged Nautical collection will also be available – plus, as always, lots of good fiction, hardcover and paperback, and much more.

Now, with COVID on the wane, the Books Café team, which never stopped receiving and processing book donations, is considering a few more one-shot public openings before the annual multi-day Books Café to resume in February/March 2022.

For more information (or to schedule an appointment for a private opening), call the Parish Office 410.827.8484.