A Christian Gathering with jazz and other genres for all musical tastes is proved on Saturday evenings at 5:30 pm.
A welcome place for Haitian community to praise God before they go to work on Sunday morning at 7:00 am.
All are welcome Sunday mornings at 9:30 am for an hour of worship together, and visitors are always expected. This is a rich experience with music, prayer, invitation to receive Holy Communion, and more.
Music is the heart and soul of our praise to God. Pipe organ, piano, trumpet and drums enrich our voices.
Music is led by Director of Music Ian Frenkel and is open to anybody who wants to participate regardless of experience.
Sunday, 10:30 AM
Bible Stories (age 3-5th grade)
Book Club: Currently we are reading 'The Home for Unwanted Girls' by Joanna Goodman. There has been lively discussions as we read and respond to the writings. The book club is open to anyone who would like discussion about books. It meets each Monday at 10:00 a.m. in the Gathering Room.
Hebrew Bible Lecture: Beginning in July we will be starting a new course with Prof. Cohen: "From the Hebrew Bible to Judaism, From the Old Testament to Christianity" The course syllabus and notes will be handed out at the first lesson and also available by request from late starters. Check "Coming Events" for date and subject. Saturday at 4:30 PM
(Syllabus and handouts provided; drop in any time)
St. Mark Church plays an active role in the community by leading mission in this building as well as going out to serve; living in active response to God and neighbor.
Every Sunday a meal is prepared by volunteers from St. Mark, the community and other area congregations for 80-125 adults and children.
If you are in need of a meal for yourself and/or family, or you would like to volunteer, or to make a donation please contact St. Mark for more information.
St. Mark supports the Food Pantry with volunteers and our weekly "We Can" donations.
We donate at least 25 boxes of cereal each month to St. Vincent DePaul Place.