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Beginning this weekend the Deacons will be collecting school supplies as part of the Project Hope Alliance (PHA) Back-To-School Program. PHA is an organization that supports local homeless children and encourages them to stay in school, with a goal of ending the cycle...


Pastors Mark and Hayes invite children ages 4-11 to join them for a summer event called Patio Pals, during the 9:30am service on June 27, July 18, and August 15. We will have stations for music, games, snacks, and a story time, ready for the children to join...


Saturday, July 10th@6pm! Bring a comfy chair or blanket and join us for a fun evening of food and fellowship! All are welcome to this intergenerational event hosted by the Children and Youth Team. Pizza, popcorn, and drink will be provided while we watch our...


Last year we missed an Angel game but not this year. On August 1, the Angels will play the Oakland A's at 1PM. We will tailgate by the Big A sign in the parking lot before the game starting at about 11:30. This year we will be partnering with New...

Parish Nurse Opportunity at St. Mark

St. Mark is a community of open arms and open minds where all are welcomed. We’re seeking an RN for our Parish Nurse position who is excited about fostering whole-person wellness of the body, mind and spirit for members and staff of St. Mark and our surrounding...


Friends, as we re-ignite many of our former activities, and continue some of our newer activities, we find ourselves in need of some volunteers who would be willing to handle tasks both old and new. Below is a list of things for which we could use help, either weekly,...


News & Stories

No touching on Ash Wednesday? Pandemic leaves its mark on Lent

Ash Wednesday, when members of the clergy smear ashes in the shape of a cross on the foreheads of the faithful as a sacred reminder that all humans are made of dust and shall return to dust, is probably the most tactile of Christian observances. In many churches, it’s...


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LGBTQIA: The ABC’s of Inclusivity

If you are just learning what LGBTQIA means or are looking for a church that accepts you, no matter what letter you represent, this brochure is for you.