Author: Bill Dupre

We welcome our new minister of music

St. Mark’s has a new music minister. Marcia Klinder-Badgley will start with us on Ash Wednesday.   She writes:   “From performing on concert stages throughout the United States, Europe, Scandinavia and Asia to lecturing college students as an instructor…

Lenten study begins March 13

How can we begin to look at racism beyond simply bemoaning the burden placed upon the backs of people of color but the work that whites must make conscious to face and overcome their complicity in it?   This year,…

A pancake party for Shrove Tuesday

  Before we hunker down for Lent, let yourself go at our Shrove Tuesday Mardi Gras pancake supper and celebration.   Join us Tuesday, March 5, 6:30 to 7:45 pm, in our Community Life Center.   It’s the same great…

Ash Wednesday 7:30 pm March 6

  We begin this season with the Imposition of Ashes: A sign of our mortality and a time to begin the holy work of self-examination and repentance by prayer fasting and self-denial and by reading and meditating on God’s holy…

Wednesday night study-series for Lent

White Fragility 6:45 Light meal 7:30 Presentation and discussion     8:50 Compline How can we begin to look at racism beyond simply bemoaning the burden placed upon the backs of people of color but the work that whites must make…

A sober look at racism: Living Into God’s Dream

  While the dream of a “post-racial” America remains unfulfilled, the struggle against racism continues.    Living Into God’s Dream is a report from the front, combining personal stories and theoretical and theological reflection with examples of the work of…

Please join St. Mark’s at HKonJ on Feb. 9

Saturday, Feb. 9, is the annual Moral Monday march called HKonJ, or Historic Thousands on Jones Street.     A group from St. Mark’s will join with the NAACP and other groups outside the state legislature building for a morning…