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Youth (grades 7-12) are invited to meet IN PERSON from noonish-1:30 at St. Mark on the following Sundays: May 23, May 30 & June 6 (I say noon-ish because I'll be coming from 11am worship--and you can too!) Please be masked and prepare to socially distance, and...


The Pentecost Offering unites us in a church-wide effort to support young people and inspire them to share their faith, ideas, and unique gifts with the church and the world, and also address the needs of at-risk children. 40% of the Pentecost offering can be retained...


Now that we can begin to think about getting together again (cautiously, of course), your Membership Commission has decided to re-start one of St. Mark’s favorites – “Tables of 7 or 8.” We are re-branding it as “Tables of 5 or 6” this time around, partly to...


The Children and Youth Ministry Commission would like to extend an invitation to families to join us at the 11am Sunday worship service. The worship leadership team is experimenting with making the service intergenerational, that is, accessible to...


The Presbyterian Peace Fellowship is supporting the Bipartisan Senate Bill for Background Checks, and is asking us to contact our Senators and ask them to support the bill. You can click here to email a message to Senator Dianne Feinstein...


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.

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