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Washington, DC 20003
St. Mark’s Capitol Hill is streaming services Sunday morning over Facebook Live. Join us there or click below to get the link. Learn more
The 20s & 30s Faith Fellowship meets on the last Sunday of each month to discuss a short reading, talk about our month, and build friendships.
Newcomers are welcome to this Sunday morning adult Bible study. We will finish studying II Samuel and then begin with Genesis. Each class consists of a discussion of the text assigned for that day.
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.
The practice of centering prayer at St. Mark’s has moved online, meeting every day at 8:00 a.m. on Zoom. For more information or to join the group, contact the Rev. Patricia Catalano, adjunct clergy at St. Mark’s.
God, after all, is the force that animates us, and as such is the ultimate overseer of whatever happens to the world and to its creatures. This comes through very clearly in today’s lesson from Isaiah, where the prophet reminds us that even if Cyrus didn’t know the God of Israel, it was this God who was in charge! More
This text from Philippians clearly lists a number of worthy principles to think on…
It is work for us and for Jesus to show up and speak our truth. It is a lot of energy to turn your energy out, to put it all on the line, and to name your truth. To believe that by doing it we can and should call a new world into being. It is what we need to do, what we are called to be in the world. We are in a place where for some of us we are in a pause, we are able to stay away from one another, we wear masks as an act of love. We continue to support people by continuing to pay our dog walkers, our garden helpers, our lawnmowers, our hair stylists, and for some of us the folks who clean our houses. I am not using those services right now but I continue to pay for them because I know those folks need support. More