Author: Bill Dupre

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…

St. Mark’s goal is 100 books for students

St. Mark’s is hosting a book drive for Wake Up and Read 2019.   Through Feb. 15, Wake Up and Read is collecting new and gently-used books to be distributed to 13 of Wake County’s lowest-performing schools, including St. Mark’s…