Happening Now at St. Marks

The Annual Meeting Preview and Annual Meeting Sunday January 26

Please join Fr. Tyrone and our Sr. Warden, John Thoma in previewing the topics at this year’s Annual Meeting at Adult Forum at 9:30 am in the Community Life Center.

Following Holy Eucharist, the Rector officially call the Annual Meeting to order. We will elect Vestry members, present the 2020 budget and reflect together on the future vision of our parish. As it is a time for the entire parish to be together, there will only be one service at 10:30 am that day.

J2A Pilgrimage Report, February 9

The Journey to Adulthood pilgrims invite you to join them after our 10:30 service during Community Time on Feb. 9 for refreshments and a presentation of last summer’s pilgrimage in New York City. Come hear their reflections and see pictures from this incredible trip. Sunday, February 9 at 9:30 am in the Community Life Center.

St. Mark’s is a proud member of ONE Wake

Wake County Sponsors is now ONE Wake! ONE Wake has been formed with the goal to assemble a locally controlled, broad-based, non-partisan organization capable of taking effective public action to resolve the top pressures facing families and communities across Wake County. Affordable Housing, Quality Jobs, and Education are our major priorities.

Your next chance to become involved will be a Countywide Leaders Meeting Thurs Jan 30, 7:30-9:00 p.m. at Common Thread Church, 1417 Clifton St, Raleigh. This will be a good time for new people to join in.

You can find ONE Wake at www.onewake.org, and www.facebook.com/ONEWAKEIAF. St. Mark’s is a proud member of ONE Wake. For more information: Georgia McEwan, Rhonda Moody, Jessie Maeck. To participate in ride-sharing contact Jessie Maeck.

Racial Reconciliation Book Group Resumes Sunday Feb 23 12:15-1:30 in the CLC

To start off the new decade, we will make a first pass at examining the concept of reparations. Please read an introductory article from The Atlantic Magazine: “The Case for Reparations” by Ta-Nehisi Coates. Download the article at https://www.theatlantic.com/ magazine/archive/2014/06/the-case -for-reparations/361631/ Or you will find the same article as a chapter in Coates’ book We Were Eight Years in Power. As always, come with your observations and questions. For more information, speak to Rhonda Moody, Georgia McEwan, or Jessie Maeck.