Join us for Night Prayer and Benediction on Sunday, May 28 at 7:00 pm, as we join Anglicans all over the world in the global prayer movement, Thy Kingdom Come.
Join us for a beautiful high mass followed by Benediction at 7:00 pm celebrating the Feast of Corpus Christi, otherwise known as the Body of Christ.
On Sunday evenings St. Mark's offers a variety of beautiful worship services. Join us as we prepare for the coming week while resting in the peace of God.
Join Father Lillie and others on Sunday mornings for this class on Anglican spirituality as rooted in the Book of Common Prayer.
For six Wednesday nights, beginning on February 15 and ending on May 31, we gather at the Rectory for a discussions on six different refugee authors and one of their works.
Easter lasts for 50 days, beginning on Easter Day and concluding on the Day of Pentecost.
The Catechumenate is an intentional faith formation process for adults who wish to be baptized or confirmed as Christians, received into the Episcopal Church, or renew their baptismal vows.
The Guild of St. Benedict at St. Mark's is composed of clergy and laity who are devoted to praying the Daily Office.
Join us on Friday mornings for this Bible Study when we discuss the upcoming Sunday mass readings. This is a wonderful way to prepare for the upcoming Sunday.
Over the course of a week the mass is celebrated at least nine times at St. Mark's. In addition to these masses, the Daily Offices of Morning Prayer and Evening Prayer are said daily.
On Sundays after the 10:00 am High Mass we gather in the Parish Hall for refreshments and informal conversation.
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