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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 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.
The stage is set! Join St. Mark’s Players for “Make Them See You!” A Virtual Cabaret Fundraiser! More than 20 performers will dazzle you for the evening. Proceeds will benefit the Anacostia High School Virtual Music Therapy Program.
Everyone Home DC will collect winter gear and individually packaged snacks at St. Mark’s on Saturday, November 28, 1-3 pm.
The Mid-East Working Group will be selling Palestinian olive oil Saturdays November 21 & 28 and December 5 & 12 in the St. Mark’s Courtyard, 12-3 (except 1-3 on 11/21), weather permitting. Masks required. See more safety details.
I still have anxiety about a lot of things, mostly about people,……. mostly you all who I have not seen. I feel that I have a little more capacity to deal with the world as it is rather than the wild images in my own head. We have seen almost 50 million cases worldwide and the daily infection rate is again out of control. So we still have much to be cautious about. Yet, caution is different than anxiety. Caution can keep us safe, anxiety puts us in danger and more importantly, it can be spread. More
“I have come home at last! This is my real country! I belong here. This is the land I have been looking for all my life, though I never knew it till now…Come further up, come further in!” This is the last of the battle of good and evil and and the main characters, and every one, (except some ill tempered Dwarfs who do not see…) are going further up and further in. More
There is voter restriction all over this country and we are reminded that we have to continue to fight for everyone’s voices. It is not easy, it is not work for the faint hearted but it is our work, to bring the conversation, the debate to all. To learn how to not only bring out Heart Mind, and soul into the conversation. But to bring in others too, and to listen to the Heart Mind and Soul of all and in that we can live into the commandment to love your neighbor as yourself. More