A series of musings, conversation and prayer as we journey through Lent together Part 4: Stories from Acts of the Apostles ‘Hearing Other Voices’ Wednesday, March 24, 2021 from 5:00-6:00PM Register here:
On Sunday, March 14 we are looking forward to welcoming Bishop Sam Rodman and The Rev. Sally French, the Interim East-Regional Canon for Congregations. Don’t forget to turn your clock’s forward by one hour. Daylight Savings Time begins at 2:00am Sunday morning.
Holy Eucharist will be held in the Memorial Garden at 10:00AM in-person
Regardless of whether or not you have received the COVID vaccine—everyone is required to be masked and follow the normal safety protocols of maintaining social distance of 6ft. and hand sanitizing.
The service of Holy Eucharist will start at 10:00AM in the Memorial Garden. Bishop Sam Rodman will preside and preach.
We plan to attempt to live-stream this service on our YouTube channel. This is our first attempt so bear with us if there are problems. In any event, a video recording of the service is being made and will be posted on our YouTube channel Sunday afternoon.
If you were already registered for the Christmas Eve service on December 24, there is nothing you need to do as you will be automatically RE-registered for the new date of Wednesday. However, if now, you are unable to attend, then please send Fr. Tyrone Fowlkes a note.
Masks, maintaining social distance and completion of the COVID-19 pre-screening questionnaire are all essential in creating a safe and prayerful environment for all.
In the case of inclement weather, an email update will be sent to you.
Advent Creations The Earth Art of Andy Goldsworthy by Marriott Sheldon
Wednesday, December 9, 1:00-2:15 p.m.
In this first workshop, we explore the natural creations of famed Earth artist, Andy Goldworthy. We will also craft our own creations in the making of an Advent wreath utilizing things like greenery, pine cones and berries from our own backyard.
A Special St. Mark’s Advent Workshop December 12, Noon to 1:30 p.m.
The O Antiphons are the hidden jewels of Advent
Celebrating this wonderful liturgical season during COVID times might seem challenging. Still, our spirits yearn for the coming of Emmanual, especially during the pandemic. Like our ancestors in faith, we wait and hope. Learning how to pray and celebrate the ancient petitions of the Great O Antiphons of Advent will illumine and support our preparation for Christ’s coming.
A PDF workbook will be distributed to each participant that will allow you to continue working with the antiphons in your personal devotion time from December 17-23.