Author: David Both

Help needed with food truck for hungry kids

You can volunteer for one day a week or several St. Mark’s and the New Hope Road Alliance are seeking volunteers to serve lunches this summer to low-income children in our area. Folks are needed Tuesdays through Fridays from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm. You can…

Celebration of New Ministry

  St. Mark’s Episcopal Church Warmly invites you to celebrate the new ministry we share with our fourth rector The Reverend Tyrone Fowlkes Wednesday, April 25, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. 1725 N. New Hope Road Raleigh, North Carolina The Rt.…

Holy Week 2018 – Service Schedule

As we prepare for the deep mysteries of Holy Week, we hope you will make every effort to share and be part of our services and events at St. Mark’s. Sunday of the Passion: Palm Sunday, March 25** Adult Formation with…

Registration is open for racial equity training

The Racial Equity Institute offers training at St. Mark’s April 19-20 and Nov. 9-10. St. Mark’s will be host to two training sessions to address racism in organizations and communities. The opportunity to register is open to our community before being open to…

Upcoming PAC Group meetings

Eastenders meets 5 pm Sunday, April 8, at the home of Bob Scully in Hedingham. Details will be coming when the date draws near. East of the Neuse (EONs) Parish Area Care group will meet for a potluck lunch at 1 pm Sunday,…

Seeing Ourselves in Prayer and Worship

How is your relationship with God? What things need to be given up and taken on this Lent? Our 8:30 and 10:30 liturgies on Sunday will provide opportunities to explore these questions. A new arrangement in the Centrum will also…

Seeing Ourselves in Faith Formation

Have you ever wondered what people who walk or drive by our church think of us? Sometimes our customs and routines have so thoroughly shaped us that they can hamper our awareness and impede our ability to identify new opportunities.…

Lent 2018: Seeing Ourselves as Others See Us

Lent began on Wednesday, and I want to encourage you to enter deeply into this solemn season and take full advantage of the worship and learning opportunities at St. Mark’s. Our Lenten theme: Seeing Ourselves as Others See Us, will provide us with a chance to…