Inquirers' Class - People of Faith.  Episcopalians!
Feb
19
6:30 PM18:30

Inquirers' Class - People of Faith. Episcopalians!

People of Faith. Episcopalians!

What does it mean to follow in the footsteps of Episcopalians who have gone before us? Why do we say our faith is based on the creeds and not a doctrine? Just who was Thomas Cranmer anyway? Come explore the rich heritage of the Episcopal Church and find out why so many call it home. This four-week "Inquirers' Class" will explore what it means to be an Episcopalian in today's world and is perfect for anyone who wishes to get a better understanding of the Episcopal Church, as well as those seeking confirmation or reception into the Episcopal Church. The class is offered on Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. and again on Wednesdays at 10:00 a.m.

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Inquirers' Class - People of Faith.  Episcopalians!
Feb
20
10:00 AM10:00

Inquirers' Class - People of Faith. Episcopalians!

People of Faith. Episcopalians!

What does it mean to follow in the footsteps of Episcopalians who have gone before us? Why do we say our faith is based on the creeds and not a doctrine? Just who was Thomas Cranmer anyway? Come explore the rich heritage of the Episcopal Church and find out why so many call it home. A four-week series begins Feb. 6 when we will explore what it means to be an Episcopalian in today's world. This "Inquirers' Class" is perfect for anyone who wishes to get a better understanding of the Episcopal Church, as well as those seeking confirmation or reception into the Episcopal Church.

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Inquirers' Class - People of Faith.  Episcopalians!
Feb
26
6:30 PM18:30

Inquirers' Class - People of Faith. Episcopalians!

People of Faith. Episcopalians!

What does it mean to follow in the footsteps of Episcopalians who have gone before us? Why do we say our faith is based on the creeds and not a doctrine? Just who was Thomas Cranmer anyway? Come explore the rich heritage of the Episcopal Church and find out why so many call it home. This four-week "Inquirers' Class" will explore what it means to be an Episcopalian in today's world and is perfect for anyone who wishes to get a better understanding of the Episcopal Church, as well as those seeking confirmation or reception into the Episcopal Church. The class is offered on Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. and again on Wednesdays at 10:00 a.m.

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Inquirers' Class - People of Faith.  Episcopalians!
Feb
27
10:00 AM10:00

Inquirers' Class - People of Faith. Episcopalians!

People of Faith. Episcopalians!

What does it mean to follow in the footsteps of Episcopalians who have gone before us? Why do we say our faith is based on the creeds and not a doctrine? Just who was Thomas Cranmer anyway? Come explore the rich heritage of the Episcopal Church and find out why so many call it home. A four-week series begins Feb. 6 when we will explore what it means to be an Episcopalian in today's world. This "Inquirers' Class" is perfect for anyone who wishes to get a better understanding of the Episcopal Church, as well as those seeking confirmation or reception into the Episcopal Church.

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God-on-Tap
Feb
28
6:00 PM18:00

God-on-Tap

An open discussion for seekers and skeptics with real questions - God on Tap offers good food, good drink and lively conversation regarding the many ways faith and life intersect.  There is no agenda, no set topic and no "rules."  Join us as we explore our questions, doubts and convictions.

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Inquirers' Class - People of Faith.  Episcopalians!
Feb
13
10:00 AM10:00

Inquirers' Class - People of Faith. Episcopalians!

People of Faith. Episcopalians!

What does it mean to follow in the footsteps of Episcopalians who have gone before us? Why do we say our faith is based on the creeds and not a doctrine? Just who was Thomas Cranmer anyway? Come explore the rich heritage of the Episcopal Church and find out why so many call it home. This four-week "Inquirers' Class" will explore what it means to be an Episcopalian in today's world and is perfect for anyone who wishes to get a better understanding of the Episcopal Church, as well as those seeking confirmation or reception into the Episcopal Church. The class is offered on Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. and again on Wednesdays at 10:00 a.m.

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Inquirers' Class - People of Faith.  Episcopalians!
Feb
12
6:30 PM18:30

Inquirers' Class - People of Faith. Episcopalians!

People of Faith. Episcopalians!

What does it mean to follow in the footsteps of Episcopalians who have gone before us? Why do we say our faith is based on the creeds and not a doctrine? Just who was Thomas Cranmer anyway? Come explore the rich heritage of the Episcopal Church and find out why so many call it home. This four-week "Inquirers' Class" will explore what it means to be an Episcopalian in today's world and is perfect for anyone who wishes to get a better understanding of the Episcopal Church, as well as those seeking confirmation or reception into the Episcopal Church. The class is offered on Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. and again on Wednesdays at 10:00 a.m.

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Feb
10
10:00 AM10:00

Congregational Meeting

Sunday services Feb. 10, 2019 , will begin at 8:45 AM & 11:15 AM

This change--for this day only--is made to allow a full hour between services for our congregational meeting scheduled from 10-11 AM in the church. At the meeting, Jane and Michael Frederick will update all of us on the architectural plans for renovating the church and building a new sacristy at the rear.

Jim Buggy of the Episcopal Church Foundation will be with us to present the outlines for our Capital Campaign and to answer any questions we may have.

Feb. 10 will be a milestone day in the history of St. Mark's. You won't want to miss it! Come either at 8:45 for Holy Eucharist and stay for the meeting, or come for the meeting at 10 and stay for the 11:15 service.


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Inquirers' Class - People of Faith.  Episcopalians!
Feb
6
10:00 AM10:00

Inquirers' Class - People of Faith. Episcopalians!

People of Faith. Episcopalians!

What does it mean to follow in the footsteps of Episcopalians who have gone before us? Why do we say our faith is based on the creeds and not a doctrine? Just who was Thomas Cranmer anyway? Come explore the rich heritage of the Episcopal Church and find out why so many call it home. This four-week "Inquirers' Class" will explore what it means to be an Episcopalian in today's world and is perfect for anyone who wishes to get a better understanding of the Episcopal Church, as well as those seeking confirmation or reception into the Episcopal Church. The class is offered on Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. and again on Wednesdays at 10:00 a.m.

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Inquirers' Class - People of Faith.  Episcopalians!
Feb
5
6:30 PM18:30

Inquirers' Class - People of Faith. Episcopalians!

People of Faith. Episcopalians!

What does it mean to follow in the footsteps of Episcopalians who have gone before us? Why do we say our faith is based on the creeds and not a doctrine? Just who was Thomas Cranmer anyway? Come explore the rich heritage of the Episcopal Church and find out why so many call it home. This four-week "Inquirers' Class" will explore what it means to be an Episcopalian in today's world and is perfect for anyone who wishes to get a better understanding of the Episcopal Church, as well as those seeking confirmation or reception into the Episcopal Church. The class is offered on Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. and again on Wednesdays at 10:00 a.m.

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God-on-Tap
Jan
31
6:00 PM18:00

God-on-Tap

An open discussion for seekers and skeptics with real questions - God on Tap offers good food, good drink and lively conversation regarding the many ways faith and life intersect.  There is no agenda, no set topic and no "rules."  Join us as we explore our questions, doubts and convictions.

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Jan
23
6:30 PM18:30

God's Lost and Found Department

In all of Luke's Gospel, no single chapter conveys the power of God's love more than Luke Chapter 15. By the use of three simple stories, Jesus shows to both the religious authorities and to the gathered crowds the power of God's love. Join us for this one session as we look at this life-changing chapter of scripture. This class will be preceded by Holy Eucharist in the church at 5:30 PM and by a light supper in the Center at 6:00 PM.

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Jan
23
10:00 AM10:00

God's Lost and Found Department

In all of Luke's Gospel, no single chapter conveys the power of God's love more than Luke Chapter 15. By the use of three simple stories, Jesus shows to both the religious authorities and to the gathered crowds the power of God's love. Join us for this one session as we look at this life-changing chapter of scripture.

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Jan
9
6:00 PM18:00

St. Mark's University (SMU)

The “Our Father…,” also know as the Lord’s Prayer, is the most often quoted portion of Christian Scripture. Most of us know a version of it by heart and for many it is a very special part of our daily devotions.  Yet, have you ever stopped and really considered the words of this ancient prayer? Join us for a look at these beloved words first taught by Jesus to his disciples. “The Lord’s Prayer, Again, For the First Time” will be a one session class at 10:00 AM and 6:30 PM on Wednesday, January 9.

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Jan
9
10:00 AM10:00

St. Mark's University (SMU)

The “Our Father…,” also know as the Lord’s Prayer, is the most often quoted portion of Christian Scripture. Most of us know a version of it by heart and for many it is a very special part of our daily devotions.  Yet, have you ever stopped and really considered the words of this ancient prayer? Join us for a look at these beloved words first taught by Jesus to his disciples. “The Lord’s Prayer, Again, For the First Time” will be a one session class at 10:00 AM and 6:30 PM on Wednesday, January 9.

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Dec
23
4:00 PM16:00

Community Caroling

Join with friends and neighbors for a service of Caroling. We’ll gather at 4:00 PM on Sunday, December 23 to sing many of the familiar songs of the season. It’s a great way to  get in the holiday mood on the Eve of Christmas Eve.

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Dec
19
6:00 PM18:00

St. Mark's University - Joseph's Christmas

Often overlooked by the emphasis on Mary and the birth of Jesus, Joseph plays a major role in this the original Christmas pageant. Join us as we explore how he may have felt and how our understanding of his perspective provides a fresh view of Christmas for all of us. This class is one Christmas present you should open early! A light supper will be served in the Center at 6;00 followed by the class at 6:30.

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Dec
19
10:00 AM10:00

St. Mark's University - Joseph's Christmas

Often overlooked by the emphasis on Mary and the birth of Jesus, Joseph plays a major role in this the original Christmas pageant. Join us as we explore how he may have felt and how our understanding of his perspective provides a fresh view of Christmas for all of us. This class is one Christmas present you should open early! The class will be repeated at 6:30 p.m. following the 5:30 Holy Eucharist in the church and the light supper in the Center.

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Dec
12
6:00 PM18:00

St. Mark's University - Joseph's Christmas

Often overlooked by the emphasis on Mary and the birth of Jesus, Joseph plays a major role in this the original Christmas pageant. Join us as we explore how he may have felt and how our understanding of his perspective provides a fresh view of Christmas for all of us. This class is one Christmas present you should open early! A light supper will be served in the Center at 6;00 followed by the class at 6:30.

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Dec
12
10:00 AM10:00

St. Mark's University - Joseph's Christmas

Often overlooked by the emphasis on Mary and the birth of Jesus, Joseph plays a major role in this the original Christmas pageant. Join us as we explore how he may have felt and how our understanding of his perspective provides a fresh view of Christmas for all of us. This class is one Christmas present you should open early! The class will be repeated at 6:30 p.m. following the 5:30 Holy Eucharist in the church and the light supper in the Center.

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Dec
7
5:30 PM17:30

Golf Cart Parade

The Golf Cart Parade will take place on Fri., Dec. 7, at 6 PM. Line-up with the St. Mark's "float" begins at Helena House on Paris Ave. at 5:30. All are invited to join us for the four-block walk and help give out keyring flashlights to parade watchers. Immediately after the parade, there is a hot dog, chili supper at Live Oaks Park (behind the school). Come join in the celebration.

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