Maximum Capacity: 300 people
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St. Mary's Episcopal Church began in a little hand-me-down building in downtown Stuart. It was consecrated by Bishop John Durham Wing in January 1932 during the depths of the Great Depression. Our Church, previously a mission, gained full parish status in 1951. The Reverend Arthur A. Smith served as rector for 25 years and he led St. Mary's through many changes while working closely with St. Monica's Church in East Stuart and helped to establish St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Port Salerno, and the Church of the Advent in Palm City. Through the years, there were many additions and alterations to the church. Smith Hall and the Cracker Barrel thrift shop were constructed in 1974. The Church has a variety of programs happening everyday - from anniversary and birthday parties and wedding receptions to craft shows, health expos, real estate expos, conventions, concerts, youth camps and youth culinary programs. St. Mary's Pittenger Center has a great hall that can hold a maximum of 300 and the small dining room which can accommodate 40-50 people with a small kitchenette for light refreshments.
St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Stuart
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