The practice of centering prayer at St. Mark’s has moved online, meeting every day at 8:00 a.m. on Zoom. Get more information and learn how to join the group.
This evening meditation group has moved online and meets Mondays 7:30-9 pm. Sign up for the weekly program email to receive information on these weekly online gatherings.
This six-session course will explore how parishioners can be part of the pastoral care process and delve into who we want to be as a community that values and nurtures pastoral care.
The Wednesday Drop-In Bible Study meets from noon to 1:15 pm via Zoom; join us for the 2021-22 season as we explore the Biblical roots of “resurrection.”
As Christians, seekers, and skeptics seeking to live well, we know that forgiveness is essential to living healthy and healing lives. Yet forgiveness does not always come easily. Join Rev. Michele Morgan in exploring the reasons to—and the challenges and promise of—forgiving.
Join in a conversation with noted author, award-winning journalist, and St. Mark’s member Elizabeth Becker, as she explores how faith shapes her work. Others can also share their faith journey.
Sign up for the Sacred Ground Dialogue Series at St. Mark’s. This is part of the Becoming Beloved Community initiative of the Episcopal Church, a long-term commitment to racial healing, reconciliation, and justice in our personal lives, our ministries, and our society.
The Widows and Widowers Group meets online on the first Friday of the month at noon.
Join us for an afternoon with parishioner Elizabeth McCain for a storytelling performance, a reading, and a book signing for her memoir, A Lesbian Belle Tells OUTrageous Southern Stories of …
Please join us for an evening of music from Veronneau, a band with an “acoustic, multilingual, world-jazz sound” that the Washington Post calls “inspiring and joyful.” The concert is free, …