We often hear from visitors and new members that they’ve never felt so welcomed at a church before–and from long-time members who speak about the new friendships they have made at St. Mark. There’s no pressure to “be” or “do” anything–we find that people find their way to the fellowship opportunities that call most to them, and in turn, enriches their lives.
All are welcome to our Labor Day and Easter picnics, our annual summer outing to Angel Stadium, and our fall “Trunk or Treat” and chili cook-off. And our Fellowship Hall is the setting for delicious after worship Sunday brunches periodically throughout the year.
We also hold a monthly Dinner with Friends at local restaurants, where all generations meet to enjoy a variety of cuisines and fellowship. And our monthly Meet Me at Muldoon’s is also open to all ages.
Our Social Events Committee puts on Saturday night Spring and Fall Socials, which typically feature a theme tying in excellent food and entertainment (such as “The King and Thai,” and “Feelin’ Groovy”), and a spring Ladies’ Tea.
Many of our single and married members have found that Tables of 7-8 is a great way to become better acquainted by sharing a relaxing meal in a home or restaurant.
Brew Theology welcomes 20’s-40’s is a monthly gathering for stimulating discussions about faith and theology over a beer (or non-alcoholic beverage!).
The Wednesday morning Men’s Breakfast (currently at Wilma’s Patio on Balboa Island) welcomes men of all ages to talk about current events, what’s happening at St. Mark, and whatever is on their minds.
On Thursday mornings, the Women’s Book Group meets in the Bonhoeffer Room to discuss books they’ve selected from a wide range of fiction and non-fiction titles, and they have a great time doing it!
SINGLES & COUPLES
For the latest list of activities at St. Mark, visit our Online Calendar!
PLEASE NOTE: DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK, ALL EVENTS ARE CANCELLED, POSTPONED OR HAVE MOVED ONLINE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.