The Worship Experience
301 A Street, SE
Washington, DC 20003
Christopher has been with St. Marks since July 2021. His presence and kindness in leadership have been evident in planning worship, preaching, and teaching. The promotion from Assistant to Associate is the next step toward becoming a Rector in a congregation that he one day will serve. Learn more
Come view Barry Farm: Community, Land and Justice in Washington, DC (1860s to the present—a 50-minute film), with an opportunity to hear from the directors. Learn about the value of … Learn more
Join us online on Sunday morning for Sermon Seminar at 10 and/or the worship service at 11:15. Click the button below for details. Learn more
Have you ever wondered who those people are in the windows around the top of the nave? Join Mary Cooper and Elin Whitney-Smith for a Zoom class on February 5 …
Please join the 20s/30s group in the Dozier library after the 5 pm service on February 5. We will continue our year-long exploration of Bishop Mariann Budde’s book and podcast …
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.
In this class, we will review stories and passages from Hebrew Scriptures that represent different source traditions, different ways people experienced God acting in their lives, and various ways to describe God.
Particularly as seekers, as people of faith, the danger of supporting these dams, these divisions, is creating for ourselves a finite God of our own image and our own making-by deciding who is in and who is out; who is acceptable and who is not. And, often times when we exclude others, we also end up excluding ourselves from God’s grace, love, and mercy. Whether you see yourself as Jesus, Zacchaeus, or the crowd in this gospel lesson, we are all responsible for breaking down the dams around us. After all, what does the Lord require of you, but to do justice, to love kindness, and to walk humbly with God. More