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DEACON COLLECTION FOR SPIN:

The St. Mark Deacons are collecting cleaning supplies for SPIN (Serving People in Need). This Sunday, September 26th, is the last day to make donations.Requested items:Window cleaner, Comet, sponges, dish soap, toilet bowl cleaner & brushes, sponge mops,...

FREE FLU SHOT CLINIC

The FREE St. Mark Flu Shot Clinic is back. Shots will be given by appointment on Sunday, October 3rd from 7:30am - 1:00pm. Sign ups by clicking this link https://forms.gle/q64u62UC6MShHa2e6

MEET ME AT ST. MARK

Back by popular demand, we will hold our September "Meet Me at Muldoon's" at St. Mark on September 25th while we still have daylight in our favor. Join us for worship at 5PM in our Sanctuary and stay for the fun! There will be a taco cart (with a vegetarian option)...

GIVE, ACT, PRAY!

pda.pcusa.org PDA is mobilized and already delivering immediate aid to those impacted by Hurricane Ida. The initial assessment of the damage is staggering. The needs of those impacted is changing daily because of lack of access to power, refrigeration, water and...

SERIES ON RACE AND RACISM:

We have extended the registration for our 6-month series on race and racism with New Hope until Aug. 27th. The series, starting this September. It is called “Journeying Together Toward Racial Justice” and will include worship events, as well as large and small group...

FROM SCARED TO SACRED SERIES, four-part series

The ADN and Health Commissions held their first "From Scared to Sacred" event last month, the first of a monthly, four-part series meant to help us reflect on how the pandemic affected us and how we reframe our lives in light of our experiences. We will provide...

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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.