We believe God's love and welcome extends to everyone. No exceptions! At St. Mark's, we are committed to diversity and inclusion. Each Sunday, our priest says these words to invite everyone to communion at our altar:
This is the Lord's table. If you have great faith, or you have little faith, you are welcome. If you have been here often, or if you have never been here before, you are welcome. If you have tried to follow, or if you have failed, you are welcome. It's the Lord who invites you. You can meet him here.
Our Sunday worship services in the church building on River Road are currently suspended during the COVID-19 pandemic
A Service for Independence Day Weekend 2020
While our building may be closed, we have videos of a service held this morning for you to enjoy safely at home. A sermon, Kid Stuff and a Worship Service are below. Feel free to watch the videos in any order you would like!
Sermon Text: Just A Guy
All who exalt themselves will be humbled...usually by a spouse.
Years ago now, I heard a story I really liked from our previous bishop. Bishop Skip said he heard it from the Bishop of Bath and Wells. That's in England, and that bishop has a very prestigious job. So this very important English bishop told our bishop Skip that he once said to his wife, "Darling, did you ever in your wildest dreams think I would end up as the bishop of Bath and Wells?"
His wife answered, "Darling, I hate to disappoint you, but you have NEVER been in my wildest dreams!"
So I had to tell MY wife that story, and she said, "Now, THERE'S a woman I want to meet!"
All who exalt themselves will be humbled, usually by a spouse.