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Streaming Sunday Worship at 10 am followed by Zoom Coffee Hour

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

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

Morning Prayer Online

Because a time such as this calls all of us to dig down deep...and be together in new ways.

Join others from St. Mark’s and the community in Morning Prayer online, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 11 am EDT. While we must maintain spatial distance, we can be together every day in this. Learn more

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Compline on Facebook Live

Join this "brief but beautiful vespers service" on Facebook Live | Mon-Sat evenings at 8:30 EST

“When Michele suggested that a group of us offer compline to the St. Mark’s Community by Facebook Live, I jumped at the chance.” Joe Hubbard, Seminarian, in a recent e-Gospel article. Get the details. Learn more

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The Pentecost of crossing the divide of this nation

May 29, 2020   ·  

Amaud Arbery, Bothem Sean, Atatiana Jefferson, Jonathan Ferrell, RenishaMcBride, Stephon Clark, Jordan Edwards, Jordan Davis, AltonSterling, Aiyana Jones, Mike Brown, Tamir Rice, Clementa C. Pinckney, Cynthia Marie Graham Hurd, Susie Jackson, Ethel Lee Lance, Depayne Middleton-Doctor, Tywanza Sanders, Daniel L. Simmons, Sharonda Coleman-Singleton, Myra Thompson, Trayvon Martin, Sean Bell, Oscar Grant, Sandra Bland, Philando Castile, Corey Jones, John Crawford,
Terrence Crutcher, Keith Scott, Clifford Glover, Claude Reese, Randy Evans, Yvonne Smallwood, Amadou Diallo, Walter Scott, Eric Garner, FreddieGray, George Floyd and Breonna Taylor. More

Kids in the backseat.

May 24, 2020   ·  

The apostles are in the back seat of the station wagon saying, “are we there yet?”. They have been saying it for a good long time and Jesus is saying “no, not yet.” Sound familiar? More

Abide Everywhere Including the Malt Shop

May 17, 2020   ·  

Jesus says if you love him, keep the commandments. 

And we know that to Love one another is the greatest of these. Jesus follower or not, what does the highest principal call from us? We are to love one another to treat one another as you would hope to be treated. It is not a bad way through this life. Our staying home, and not seeing each other is an act of Love, and to do it, means that you are extending that Love someone you have never met.  More

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