Click here to find today’s reflection on Incarceration Justice, as well as a downloadable PDF of all the daily reflections in this 2021 Lenten Mite Box project. The messages will also appear in the daily email update from St. Mark’s throughout Lent. If you don’t currently receive daily emails and would like to, you may sign up here.
Read the most recent statement by Bishop Mariann Budde, outlining a 4-phase plan, as developed by the Bishops of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland; Washington, D.C.; and Virginia. This plan goes as far as possible at present to answer the frequently asked question, “When will we be able to regather?”
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Times & Location
How to get here
St. Mark’s is located just a few blocks from the Capitol South Metro (Blue/Orange/Silver lines); we are also within a 15-minute walk from the Eastern Market (Blue/Orange/Silver lines) and Union Station (Red line) stations. You can check the WMATA website to learn more about how to travel here via rail or bus.
St. Mark’s is located at the corner of 3rd and A Streets, SE, just two blocks from Pennsylvania Avenue and near I-395 and the SE-SW Freeway.
Capital Bikeshare, which offers bikes for short-term rental across the metropolitan area, has two docking stations near the church: one near the corner of Pennsylvania Avenue SE and 3rd Street SE and the other at East Capitol Street and 4th Street. For more information, visit Capital Bikeshare’s website.
We are located in a residential neighborhood and street parking is limited. Please carefully read and observe the signs outlining parking regulations as parking is enforced aggressively.
Cars without residential stickers may park on adjacent blocks for a maximum of two hours from 7 a.m. till 8:30 p.m Monday through Friday. There are two exceptions: On the east side of 3rd Street from Independence Avenue to A Street, the two-hour parking restriction runs from 7:00 am until 9:30 pm Monday through Saturday. There is no time restriction on Sundays.
Along the west side of 3rd Street from Independence Avenue to East Capitol Street there is metered parking. Cars may pay-to-park for a maximum of two hours from 7:30 am to 6:30 pm Monday through Saturday; with additional unlimited (but paid) time between 6:30 and 10:00 pm. The charge is $2.30 per hour. Payment can be made by phone (Parkmobile app), credit card, and coins (nickels, dimes, quarters and $1 coins only). Parking is free on Sundays.