Sunday @St. Mark’s Online: Livestreamed Worship at 11:15 am and Sermon via Zoom at 10am

There is more than one way to BE CHURCH!

DUE TO THE CONTINUING NUMBER OF COVID CASES, REVISIONS MAY BE MADE TO SUNDAY SERVICES. WE WILL UPDATE THIS INFORMATION ON A WEEK-BY-WEEK BASIS OR WHEN LONGER-TERM DECISIONS ARE MADE. THANKS, AND STAY SAFE.

Live tech support is available on Sundays from 10 am-noon for the 10 am sermon and the 11:15 Eucharist. If you experience any technical difficulties, send an email to connect@stmarks.net or call the main phone number (202-543-0053) and choose Option 7. Parish volunteers will be watching that email inbox and standing by for your calls.

11:15 am: Join us for our livestreamed service!

Each Sunday, beginning at 11:10 am (or shortly after), we will stream the 11:15 am ET service live from St. Mark’s. Watch the service by clicking the image below


OR at http://facebook.com/wearestmarks/videos.

When you click this link, the most recent recorded video will show on the top left in the list of videos. Once the current Livestream begins (shortly before 11:15 am on Sunday), that will appear, too. If you arrive early (before 11:10 ET) you may need to wait for the Livestream to display and begin.

Download this week’s announcements and service bulletin.

**Note: You do not have to be a member of Facebook to watch the Livestream of the service. Click the Facebook link above and, when prompted to either Login or Create New Account, instead, click Not Now to go directly to St. Mark’s Facebook page; then scroll down until you see the Livestream of the service.**

10 am: Sermon (but not Seminar)

 

Click to join Sermon Seminar via Zoom

OR

  • Call in by following these steps:
    1. Dial +1 301-715-8592.
    2. When prompted, enter 847 8785 1990 (the Meeting ID), then press # three times slowly (###) to be connected.

Meeting ID: 847 8785 1990
Passcode: Lion

The link to this session is also provided in the e-Gospel; sign up here!

Recordings of the St. Mark’s Sunday service are available on the St. Mark’s YouTube channel.