As we celebrate All Saints and All Souls at St. Mark’s this weekend, it is a fitting time to begin thinking about our final wishes, and planning for our own deaths. Fr. Jesse will be holding an informal gathering after church this Sunday to discuss making plans for your final arrangements and funeral.Details
Thursday, October 29 at 6:30pm, the new St. Mark’s book club will meet at the Edge coffeehouse. This month’s meeting will discuss Bart Ehrman’s Misquoting Jesus. Come prepared for in-depth conversation in good company. There’s still time to read before Thursday — all are welcome! For more information or to be added to the book…Details
This weekend brings a very important of liturgical holidays called Allhallowtide. It is composed of All Hallow’s Eve, All Saints Day, and the Commemoration of all Faithful Departed (also known as All Souls). It is a solemn time in which the church invites us to pause and think deeply about life and death, both our own, and of those whom we have lost.Details
Don’t forget to “fall back” the clocks one hour this weekend, November 1.