We are so glad you found your way to Saint Mark's Episcopal Church. If you are new to the Episcopal Church or new to St. Mark’s, then we are looking for you and would love to get to know you! If you are joining us for the first time or have been coming for a while, please fill out our online connection card which you will find on the "Connection Card" box to the right.
Adult Education at 9am -- Join us on Sundays from 9:00 - 9:45am for Adult Education classes. See below.
Sundays at 10am -- Holy Communion, Rite I in the church sanctuary and on Zoom. After the service, a social time will be held in the parish hall downstairs.
Wednesday at 7:30pm -- Evening Prayer, Rite II by Zoom only.
Third Thursdays at 11:30am -- Holy Communion with Healing Prayers in sanctuary. No Zoom. Next service is May 19th.
Join a class, connect with others -- all links to the services and gatherings are found to the right -- upcoming events are found below.
ADULT EDUCATION SCHEDULE
May 8, 15, 22 - Mike Parish's Luther series
May 29 - Meet Jake Web, Summer Seminarian!
June 5 - Pentecost, picnic, Eagle Rock (No adult ed.)Evening Prayer bulletin 5-11-22 >
See all of our Easter Sunday pics in the photo album. To get there quickly, click HERE!
Many thanks to our photographers -- Ryan Cecil, Willis Logan, Meggan Laucher, and Jay Gordon.
Invitation for Sacred Ground -- a discussion on race and faith. As we continue to talk about race and faith, the Diocese has a new offering that we encourage you to participate. An added Bonus, Charlotte Hagan is one of the facilitators (click her name to watch video). Click Here to Learn More.
Worship and Children Information
Pledges and Gifts:
Click on the link below for Danielle Alexander's excellent Stewardship letter.
You may also click on the Donate Now button (to your right) where you can make a one time or a recurring gift.
SPECIAL FOOD PANTRY INFORMATION
The Botetourt Food Pantry is operating at normal hours Saturday 9:30-12:00, but the distibution will be done as a drive through process. Clients are asked to stay in their cars and volunteers bring the food out to you. Food will be already boxed up. We ask clients and volunteers to stay at home if you have any symptoms. We appreciate your patience, as we want to keep our volunteers and clients safe.2022 Stewardship Letter >