Category: Adult Education

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…

Racial Reconciliation: How St. Mark’s can lead

Our Lenten Study series this year will focus on the theme of racial reconciliation. This will be part of a broader-based effort at St. Mark’s to delve into this issue. Last Sunday, Father Tyrone led a well-attended session to discuss how we might address this issue. “Why…

Classes for Sunday, November 19

Convention Report At 9:30-10:20, in CLC1, Susan Aycock, JoAnn Roebuck, and Georgia McEwan, our Diocesan ​Convention delegates, will give their report on the Diocesan convention. Please join us. Other Classes Godly Play: classes for preschool through second grades and third…

Spiritual Quest tackles White Privilege – Nov. 9

In 1989 Dr. Peggy McIntosh, a white woman, wrote the influential essay “White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack,” perhaps the most succinct analysis of white privilege yet written. Terry Wall will use this essay and a meditation where McIntosh listed 50 “items” that she carries in an imaginary…