At St. Mark’s, all people are welcome to attend Sunday services and all are invited to partake of the Eucharist. This is a place where you can find a deeper connection to God. No matter where you are on your journey of faith, you are welcome here.
We seek and serve Christ in all people, both inside the church doors and beyond them. Below is a list of the many ministries happening around St. Mark’s. Scroll for more.
Explore dreams and their meanings.
This small group of volunteers send a post card to each person who completes a visitor card on Sunday morning. They are the “first responders” when people visit our parish, following up, and striving to make sure St. Mark’s is a warm, welcoming place. This group also hosts one or two new comers’ dinner each year.…
The annual Shrimp Boil occurs every October and has been a major fall event and fundraiser since 2010. Tickets are sold to raise money for the Helping Neighbors Food Pantry, the Jonesboro Church Health Center, and St. Mark’s Church. This is a “low country” shrimp boil with shrimp, potatoes, sausages, and corn- it is delicious!…
The music programs of St. Mark's include the 10:00am choir, handbells, and the chanters at Compline.
St. Mark's volunteers at Helping Neighbors Food Pantry, an inter-faith effort on the corner of Huntington and Vine.
Many groups work together to make a liturgy meaningful and beautiful.
Two Saints is a weekly, volunteer-driven outreach to feed those in need in Jonesboro.
Our Education for Ministry (EFM) group meets Sunday afternoon at 5pm. It is a 3 year intensive study of Theology, History, and Bible. You can learn more about EFM here: http://efm.sewanee.edu. Contact Jane Gill at (870) 935-5060 or the church office for more information, or to join next year’s class.
A group for the 20-30-somethings of St. Mark's.
A group for building community among women here at St. Mark's and in the wider diocese of Arkansas.
‘Who is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven?’ He called a child, whom he put among them, and said, ‘Truly I tell you, unless you change and become like children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven.'
Fun and fellowship for the men of St. Mark's.