Our goal is to provide a safe, nurturing environment for babies and toddlers during Sunday morning services, offering their caregivers space to worship fully knowing their children are engaged and loved.
Room C136 located north of Hauser Hall, near the toddler playground
September 17, 2023: "What Priests Wear" with The Rev. David M. Goldberg.
September 24, 2023: "Bridges to Life – ministry to prisoners" with The Rev. Johannes George.
October 1, 2023: "The Trinity: God the Father," with The Rev. David M. Goldberg.
October 8, 2023: "The Trinity: God the Son" with The Rev. David M. Goldberg.
October 15, 2023: "The Trinity: God the Holy Spirit" with The Rev. Patrick Miller.
October 22, 2023: "The Episcopal Church 101: The Diocese and National Church," with The Rev. Canon Christine Faulstich, Canon to the Ordinary of the Diocese of Texas.
October 29, 2023: "The Episcopal Church 101: The Parish" with The Rev. Patrick J. Miller.
November 5, 2023: "Kids’ Meals and Addressing Childhood Nutrition," presented by James Sonnier.
November 12, 2023: "Thanksgiving – Or why the Puritans made up a holiday" with The Rev. David M. Goldberg.
November 19, 2023: "Angels in the Old Testament" with The Rev. Patrick Miller.
November 26, 2023: Topic: TBD with Corinne Danielli
December 3, 2023: "Angels in the New Testament" with The Rev. David M. Goldberg.
December 10, 2023: "Preparing for ‘God with us’ or Putting the ‘Mass’ back in Christmas!" with The Rev. David M. Goldberg
Men's Bible Study will be held over Zoom at 7am every Monday. For more information on the study and how to join, contact Joseph Rawley.
Women's Bible Study will be held every Tuesday in the church conference room at 11:30 a.m. For more information on the study and how to join, contact Kate Clarke
The Rector's Bible Study will be held every Wednesday morning at 7:30 a.m. both in-person in the church conference room and over Zoom. For more information on the study and how to join, contact Joseph Rawley.
Christian Meditation will be held every Wednesday evening at 5 p.m. over Zoom. For more information, please contact Linda Schmalsteig
Religious Studies will be held Thursday mornings at 10:30 a.m. in the church conference room. For more information on the study and how to join, contact Joseph Rawley.
The children's ministry seeks to engage, teach, and connect with children on their walk with Christ. Our hope is that children experience a sense of belonging in their church and with God, feel engaged in ministry and service, and have fun along the way.
Pre-K through Grade 1: Room D164
Grades 2 through 4: Room D163
The youth ministry exists to extend radical welcome and belonging to youth grades 5-12. Through community activities, service, and fun we hope to support the faith lives of our young people as they discern their role in the church and live out their faith in their daily lives.
Grades 5 through 8: Youth Room A111
Join us in Hauser Hall for Adult Education beginning September 3.
The children and youth ministry of St. Mark's engages, teaches, and connects our community in order to create an environment that is inclusive, welcoming, and builds a foundation for lifelong Christian faith.
The spirit in which we do ministry
BELONGING: We create a community of intentional inclusivity where all are welcome.
ENGAGEMENT: We foster rich experiences with each other, our parish, and our community.
SERVICE: We seek to serve Christ in all persons.
FUN: Age appropriate activities that children and you enjoy are important to us.