8am on Sunday at St. Luke’s Chapel
10am on Sunday at Old Wye Church
Thank you for visiting our website. On this webpage, you'll learn more about Wye Parish, it's history, who we are, and what we value.
I hope I will have the opportunity to meet you in person. In the meantime, may the God of all hope, true joy and real peace bless you through Jesus Christ.
Reverend Charlie Osberger, Rector
We publish a weekly e-newsletter that is titled Word to the Wyes Weekly (we’ve consciously decided to drop vestry vibrations). Its a very helpful way to keep informed of what’s happening at Wye. Word to the Wyes Weekly contains parish news and notes, a weekly parish calendar, projects, descriptions of special events and ministries. Please enjoy reading Word to the Wyes Weekly this week (5th).
Donations of non-perishable foods are needed for Samaritan House. Samaritan House is a community Christian ministry located in Denton, MD. Boxes are available at both churches for your weekly donations. If you prefer to give a check occasionally, please make payable to: United Concerned Citizens, with Samaritan House in the memo line.
Kerygma is a Greek word signifying the divine message and methods of Jesus Christ. We offer weekly informal group discussion sessions running about 90 minutes under the leadership of our Rector, Rev. Charlie Osberger. We have anecdotal contributions from our members. All we do is read a chapter at home, then meet and discuss it, often using a helpful study guide.
Saturday, May 3, 10AM - 3PM — The Colonial May Fair of Wye Parish is an event for the whole family, with a May Pole and Blessing of the Animals. The Colonial fair in 18th century America was a place for artisans to demonstrate their crafts and sell their wares and for those in attendance to enjoy themselves. At such a fair, as at ours, there would be goods of all kinds, books, soap, candles, animals, plants, herbs, guns and uniforms, quilting, blacksmithing, bee-keeping, tinsmithing, music, dancing, games, carriage rides, along with much hearty fare and good company. Do come to our Fair; admission is free.
The Wye Conservatory of Music seeks to develop and sponsor the unique qualities and capabilities of young vocalists from the Eastern Shore. They receive voice lessons, participate in solo and group performances, gain choral experience and are active in community outreach. There are three programs offered: Choral Scholars, Wye Operetta Workshop, and the Wye Youth Chorale. There is also a Wye Concert Series featuring diversified musical concerts. Visit wyemusic.org for more information.
Director of Wye Conservatory of Music