We have a vibrant Youth and Family Ministries program that works to keep us connected in this time apart.
With specific emphasis on worship, education, and fellowship, St. Mark’s families are integrated into a creative space and supportive community in which children and their parents can grow spiritually.
This Sunday May 16th
This Sunday join us for a streaming Easter Eucharist service on Facebook. No sign up necessary!
Looking to connect or for family activities to do this week?
Catch up with our weekly Youth E-News!
Check out our weekly video series Growing with God!
Each week Caleb, our Director of Youth and Family Ministries, and Michele, our rector, discuss the gospel reading, figure out what some words mean, and pray together.
All children are welcome at any of our Sunday services, held virtually at 10 am. A children’s coloring page and activity pages are available and coordinated with each week’s readings.
Family Eucharist: Join us at 10 am on the 4th Sunday of each month for a Family Eucharist. Tailored for the young and young at heart, our service includes easy to understand language, features our youth as readers, and offers a special children’s reflection.
Art in the Garden
Children, youth and families are invited to join us in person for art projects this summer! Each month we will meet in the church courtyard for a variety of themed projects. All participants must wear a protective face mask, adhere to social distance guidelines and agree to our regathering covenant. See you there!
May 23rd—Join us for a Pentecost themed art project! Spaces are open at 12:00 and 1:30, and materials will be provided. Sign up here!
Click here for information on the St. Mark’s Sunday School program.
Questions? Interested in joining us for worship or fellowship?
Email Caleb Nelson Amaker, Director of Children and Family Ministries.