This Sunday, Aug 30, is our annual instructional Eucharist. Click here to download the bulletin with all the information!
At both the 8am and the 10am services, in lieu of a traditional sermon, there will be information throughout the service giving history and meaning to the liturgyRites of worship we use each week at St. Mark’s. From the origin of the overall structure, to why we still practice it today, come on Sunday to learn a lot about the worship of the Episcopal Church.
“The term “liturgy” literally in Greek means “work of the people,” but a better translation is “public service” or “public work…”
“The early Christians adopted the word to describe its principal act of worship, the Sunday service (Holy Eucharist, Holy Communion, Mass or Divine Liturgy).”