The Episcopal Church
The Episcopal Church is home to 72,000 people in nearly 200 congregations in cities and towns throughout eastern Massachusetts, Cape Cod and the Islands. Our congregations make up our diocese, and our diocese is part of the wider Episcopal Church, which in turn is part of a larger, global community of Anglican Christians.
In the Episcopal Church there is room for your questions about God, faith and the church. If you are looking for a Christian community that will nurture your spirit and celebrate your gifts, there’s a place for you here.
We belong to the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts
Our Diocese is part of the ECUSA (Episcopal Church of the United States of America)
The ECUSA is a member of the worldwide Anglican Communion
We have two monastic communities within less than a one hour drive from Scituate:
Society of St. John the Evangelist in Cambridge, MA
Society of St. Margaret in Duxbury, MA
The Episcopal Church Visitors' Center
We, the people of the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts, are living members of the body of Jesus Christ.
As Jesus gathered his disciples, took bread and blessed it, and then offered his body for us in order to bring reconciliation, forgiveness and healing, so may we offer ourselves in Christ's name.
Read more about our mission strategy here.