Lectionary-based readings for each Sunday along with prompts for family discussion, sorted according to ages of kids & youth, from the Episcopal Church's Forward Movement and Forma, found at http://www.dofaithathome.org/
Check out the Sunday lectionary-based "Sparks" posts at www.storymakersnyc.com/sparks.
StoryMakersNYC is a new, progressive Christian formation resource with beautiful visuals and accessible language, perfect for the youngest followers of Jesus.
From the Benedictine nuns of the Holy Trinity Monastery (UK) "Guide to Self-Isolating for Dummies" www.ibenedictines.org/2020/03/12/digitalnuns-guide-to-self-isolating-for-dummies
From the Anglican-Episcopal magazine The Living Church, an illuminating interview with an infectious disease expert that touches on our worship practices and social distancing:
the women of the parish in a program of worship, study, service and fellowship.
With many opportunities to volunteer, we strive to better our community while having fun. There are no dues or financial obligation required--only a willingness to meet people and participate!
For nearly 30 years beginning in the late 1950's, the Women of St. Mark's operated the Bargain Counter as an ongoing fundraiser. It is this successful endeavor, and our varied events, investments, and fundraising activities that allows our organization to continue to support several local organizations with yearly outreach grants.
This ministry provides meals to St. Mark's families in any kind of life transition. This could include being displaced because of natural disasters like Harvey, a new baby, a recent hospitalization or injury, or a death in the family. If you find yourself in need of comfort food or would like to volunteer to provide a meal, please reach out to Stephanie Morrison, Comfort Food Coordinator.
Join us to pick up your 2021 Stewardship Packet! We will have a drive-thru party going on with balloons, music, professionally baked and individually packaged cookies, and a great host of folks ready to greet you. All your clergy will be present and also available for conversation or prayer, and we’d be very glad to see you in a safe and socially distanced way for a little fellowship. Sunday is St. Francis Feast Day so clergy will also be available to bless your pets. Please remain in your car and drive thru following the parking lot flow from the big play ground to the chapel doors. Help us thrive by spending a few minutes with us on Sunday afternoon.