At St. Mark's we believe in the sacredness of life's rites of passage. One of the ways we recognize sacred moments is by honoring them during the course of a worship service.
Baptism and confirmation are two important milestones along our spiritual journeys.
If you would like to explore the possibility of being baptized or confirmed, please contact St. Mark's.
Please join us for Church Chat or one of our Bible studies sometime soon. You do not have to be a Biblical expert or have extensive religious education to join us. Bring your questions and concerns and we will search for God together.
Church Chat is taking a brief break, and will soon regroup. Stay tuned for more details in the coming weeks.
CARE BAGS, first Sunday of each month at 9:05 AM. Help assemble "care bags" for our brothers and sisters without a home.
FOOD PANTRY, last Saturday of each month at noon, our doors open to distribution of food to those in our community who are in need.
Wednesdays and Fridays at 7:00 PM
AA Meditation Group, Saturdays at 9:30 AM
The Office of Global Partnerships invites individuals, small groups, congregations, and dioceses to utilize its weekly video series throughout the season of Epiphany. The videos—which include an adaptation of lectio divina with each Sunday’s Gospel—feature Episcopal missionaries who have served around the world through the Young Adult Service Corps (ages 21-30) and Episcopal Volunteers in Mission (over age 30). This week: Sophie Swallow, Andrew Walker, and the Rev. Bryan Vélez discuss John 1:29-42. This video was recorded in Spanish; subtitles are available in English and French. Watch their discussion at iam.ec/epiphany2023.
Review resources for this ecumenical week of worship and education coordinated by the World Council of Churches, of which The Episcopal Church is a founding member. This year’s theme is “Do good; seek justice” (Isaiah 1:17). Learn more and find complete worship and background materials—in multiple languages--on the council’s website.
As The Episcopal Church reckons more deeply with its past involvement in Indigenous boarding schools, the Office of Indigenous Ministries invites all Episcopalians to register to watch Winter Talk 2023, an annual conference that highlights Indigenous and Native American traditions and contributions within the church.
The Food Pantry Team meets monthly to pack and distribute boxes of food items to help give food stability to families in the community.
Distribution usually takes place on the last Saturday of the month.
Rev. Allison Reid on the work of St. Mark's Food Pantry.
A plea from Rev. Reid and The Little Church with the Big Heart for your support.