COME TO ME, ALL YOU THAT ARE WEARY AND ARE CARRYING HEAVY BURDENS, AND I WILL GIVE YOU REST (MATTHEW 11:28)
We are grateful to share that limited in-person worship at St. Mark's has resumed!
Live-streamed services and other virtual gatherings will continue. Please review our safety guidelines on the Reopening Info page. Thank you.
Work has already begun for the 2022 Pumpkin Patch. Stay tuned to the webpage for additional information and opportunities to volunteer.
St. Mark's is a multi-generational parish in which we celebrate God, enjoy one another, and serve our neighbors. Our mission is to create a place of safety and support in which all God's people are given the opportunity to be transformed, as we explore our faith and our call to service. We hope that you will come and experience our community for yourself. In the meantime, explore our New Members page and check us out on Facebook.
In this time of isolation, we must remember that the Church is not a building, but us: the body of Christ. As Paul writes in his letter to the Romans, "so we, who are many, are one body in Christ, and individually we are members of one another." While we may not be together physically, we are still the church - still the body of Christ - wherever we are and however we gather.
We will continue to stream our service via a Facebook Live session on our Facebook Page. You do not need an account on facebook to view this video. We are following the recommendations of the Diocese.