In this time of social distancing, St. Mark's remains committed to living out our care for one another, so we remain together while apart. We continue to offer connection and support while maintaining responsible hygiene and sanitation practices.
A Letter From Our Pastor Concerning COVID-19 – Read remarks on the pandemic from our pastor here.
In-Person Worship – If you prefer to worship in person, the Sanctuary is open for in-person worship on Sunday mornings. We are taking extra precautions to socially distance within the pews and ask that you wear a mask at all times while in the church building. We do not pass the offering plate or communion plates and are taking steps to minimize the sharing of worship materials.
Fellowship In the Time Of COVID – Fellowship during a time of social distancing can be a challenge but also an opportunity. We encourage you to stay connected by reaching out to your friends and neighbors via social media, telephone calls, and online meeting platforms, such as Zoom. Take this time to call someone you haven't seen in some time or write a letter to an old friend or colleague. Connection is still connection even if it is not face-to-face.
Prayer Requests – Please send your concerns and requests to the church office.
The work of the church continues even during this time when we are apart. There is no offering plate to pass, but the financial needs of the church continue. We depend on the generosity of our congregation and visitors to do our important work in the world.
St. Mark's Presbyterian Church is pleased to offer secure eGiving options to encourage faithful stewardship among our congregation. We appreciate your support.