Regardless of school closures or weather conditions, Ash Wednesday services are still happening.
Join us for any of our three services of Holy Eucharist and the imposition of ashes.
Kristian and his parents, Chris and Kathleen, are members of St. Mark’s, and Kristian was recently diagnosed with brain and spinal cord cancer. If you would like to help financially, you can do so here:
You can also message them your prayers and support on the above page.
At St. Mark’s, we realize that a Sunday morning worship service is sometimes challenging to families with sensory sensitive children and children on the autistic spectrum. Our weekly Eucharist on Sunday afternoons at 5:30 p.m. was designed just for this need (beginning on February 22, 2015). We are meeting in the chapel near the corner of Flint and W. College Streets; please allow your kids to sit where they want and to interact in whatever way they desire. You do not need to feel self-conscious or concerned, as we are very glad you are here and look forward to you worshiping and praying with us. The sermon for this service will be presented in a child-friendly way, and the sermon from the 10 a.m. service will be online if you wish to listen to it at a later time. We hope you find this service accessible, prayerful, and welcoming for all the members of your family.Details