Category: Services

Services for Jan. 5 and 12

Sunday, Jan. 5, 2020, 10:30 am, Second Sunday after Christmas and the Eve of Epiphany ‘Celebrating God’s Abundance: An Ingathering of Financial Commitments for 2020 As we enter the season of Epiphany, we celebrate the visitation of the Magi to…

Christmas Eve Service, Tuesday, Dec. 24

Tuesday, Dec. 24, Christmas Eve, 7:30 pm music; 8 pm Holy Eucharist: Feast of the Nativity. Sunday, Dec. 29, 10:30 am; The First Sunday after Christmas Day (one service) Sunday, Jan. 5, 10:30 am, Second Sunday after Christmas and Eve…

We celebrate Pentecost on June 9; a picnic follows

  The Day of Pentecost marks the work of the Holy Spirit among the early Christian community in forming and shaping the Church amidst a variety of believers with diverse tongues and backgrounds gathered to discern the message of Jesus.…

Holy Week

As we prepare for the deep mysteries of Holy Week, we hope      you will share and be part of our services and events at St. Mark’s. NOTE: The times of some services have changed. This listing is correct. Palm…

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…

Bishop Peter Lee preaches June 25 at single service

When Bishop Peter Lee visits St Mark’s on Sunday, June 25, we will have a combined service at 9:30 am. After the service Bishop Lee will hold a question and answer session, to be followed by a reception in our Community Life Center. Lee, a former newspaper reporter,…

2017 Holy Week Service Schedule

Palm Sunday – April 9th The 8:30 will gather in the Centrum. The 10:30 service will gather in the Community Life Center for the Blessings of the Palms and the homily. We will then process across the Courtyard to the…

Services, Sunday school for Jan. 8 canceled

Good morning St. Mark’s, Sunday’s services and activities at St. Mark’s are canceled. We have been monitoring the roads through the handy-dandy WRAL traffic cams, DOT sites, and a nifty site called www.drivenc.gov (Thanks Sallie!).  Under normal weather circumstances, we…