Toiletries for Samaritan Ministry — Important Update

Find the QR code to Amazon in a previous announcement!

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance (a.k.a. food stamps) doesn’t cover toiletries (soap, shampoo, toothpaste, and deodorant), so our Samaritan Ministry partner collects items.

Come Help Us Hang Up “The Kingdom of God is Like… ” Art Show

Contact Elin Whitney Smith

This Saturday at 11 AM for its opening on Sunday.

Seeking Service and Social Justice (SSJ) Grant Proposals

All ages are encouraged to apply!

This is your chance to receive a small grant to jumpstart a new project you believe in – to benefit the larger community outside St. Mark’s walls.

July Toiletries Drive for Samaritan Ministry

July 6, 2024

Please help the adults Samaritan Ministry serves by donating these needed items through the end of the month. The donations box and copies of the “wish list” are in the […]

Baby Clothing and Supplies Drive for Migrant Families

Gather and share gently used and new items to support young migrant families

Help the perinatal support team at Migrant Solidarity Mutual Aid (MSMA) prepare to welcome new babies this summer! Get all the details about where and how to donate.

11:15 Verger Needed!

June 14, 2024

Do you like to organize spaces? Are you good with people? Do you want to offer your time and talent to St. Mark’s Sunday worship once or twice a month? […]

Volunteer Opportunities at Samaritan Ministry

Time commitments vary from 1 to 4 hours one or two days a week.

Volunteers in a variety of roles enable staff at the Ministry’s offices in Northwest DC, Southeast DC, and Arlington to serve more individuals.

Volunteers Needed Thursday, June 20, to Provide Dinner at Respite Center for Migrants

Volunteer opportunity every 4th Thursday

Service and Social Justice is in need of an individual(s) to prepare and serve dinner to a group of 30-35 migrants on Thursday, June 20. The dinner will be held […]

LGBTQI+ Refugee Support

Zoom interest sessions on Sunday, June16, or Monday, June 17. Please sign up to attend.

Through a program called Rainbow Railroad, you can help a person being persecuted for their sexuality or gender resettle safely in our country. This is a finite commitment with immeasurable […]

Navajoland Guests to Come to St Mark’s This Summer

Would you like to help host?

Youth and Family Ministries and the Navajoland Steering Group will welcome a group of 5–7 high school students and their adult chaperones to DC July 19–29. Here’s how you can […]

  • Page 1 of 3
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3