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Full Sunday In-Person Schedule Returned on September 19, 2021

All are welcome! Don't miss the continuing safety guidelines for all in-person gatherings.

St Mark’s has returned to a full Sunday schedule of in-person gatherings. Read this post for times and details, then join us! Learn more

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Signing In When You Attend Worship 

Look for the tables just inside our doors.

Beginning Sunday, October 24, we ask that when you come to church in-person—whether for a service, Sermon Seminar, or to drop off your children for Sunday School—that you sign in just inside the Courtyard door and the two A Street doors. Learn more

Sunday @St. Mark’s Online: 11:15 am Worship, 12:15 pm Coffee Hour, 10 am Sermon, and 5 pm Worship

There is more than one way to BE CHURCH! Join us!

As we resume our full in-person Sunday worship schedule, we continue to stream the 11:15 am service on Facebook Live. Join us. Learn more

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Latest Sermons

Reconciliation Creation-ward, reconnecting the vines to the branches to bear the fruit of creation.

May 02, 2021   ·  

My friends, if we are responsible for all of creation, representing to the world the nature of the Creator, then the “cost of doing business” gets much more expensive.  It costs far more than just a pack of Boudin sausage, or even a steak dinner at a fancy restaurant.  It may even cost more than 84 million pounds of toxic chemicals leeched into our waterways.  The cost of doing business, the cost of our consumption, the cost of our comfort and convenience, may threaten more than just ourselves or even our neighbors.  It may threaten the entire interconnected web of relationship held together in the source of all life and flourishing More

Reconciliation Otherward – bringing the flock together.

Apr 25, 2021   ·  

… “WE are all a part of George Floyd’s legacy” – 

This is important…In witnessing his hate-filled murder by societal authorities… we must all respond with action, working towards systemic change.  It is not ok to be a bystander!, says the VP.   We are called to work towards justice.’  We are called to loving actions. 

The St Marks community is filled with ministries for social change. 

Yesterday, I attended the WIN meeting regarding the use of land in ward 6 and 7… and I was so impressed.   I think there were 200 people – many from St Marks – in person or on zoom – who joined in  – with determination and resolve – to ensure that this property be available for those without.  More

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