Connect more deeply through one of St. Mark's Ministries
Every gift is precious in God's sight, from brewing coffee and baking cookies to serving at the altar or visiting the homebound.
The volunteers who serve on committees and ministries at St. Mark's are the life blood and the engine of the church. They donate the time & energy that ensures everything gets done. And many people use the volunteer experience to get to know other members in the church community.
Altar Guild: Often described as a "behind the scenes" ministry, this team prepares the sanctuary for worship. Become a member.
Children & Youth Worship: Members of this team teach, assist in teaching, or feed our youth during Sunday School, Vacation Bible School, or other activities throughout the year. I want to help!
Four Corners Healthcare Ministry: Members of this ministry provide a 9:30 a.m. Sunday service on-site at the facility. Sign me up!
St. Mark's Annual Christmas Bazaar: This ministry offers a variety of opportunities for service, including organizing, baking, setting up, working on the day of the Bazaar and much more. Get involved!
St. Mark's Book Study Group: This ongoing group meets on the 1st and 3rd and 5th (if there is one) Wednesdays at 1:30 p.m. All are welcome. Tell me more!
Worship Team: Lay persons assist in worship as Readers, Eucharistic Ministers, Acolytes, Ushers (Greeters), and Eucharistic Visitors. Join the Team!
St. Mark's Choir: The Choir sings at Sunday Services from September through May, and rehearses weekly. All are welcome; No auditions are required! I want to sing!
Daughters of the King: This women-only ministry provides ongoing intercessory prayer support for St. Mark's and meets monthly to study and pray together. Members also send out a series of grief booklets to console parishioners after a loss. Check it out!
Divine Diners Groups: Groups of about 8 people get together about once a month to socialize and share a meal, usually someone's home. I'm interested!
NINA (Neighbors in Need Alliance): The members of this ministry are working to provide a safe place for those in need to sleep. Tell me more!
Bread Bakers: Members of this ministry bake the mini loaves of bread that we give to our Sunday visitors. I want to bake!
Coffee Hour Hosts: On a rotating schedule, the members of this ministry set up, make coffee and provide a snack after or between Sunday services. Join the rotation!
The Caring Community: The members of this ministry offer support to the ill or home-bound by providing on-site visits and more. Get involved!
The Library & Archives Ministry: Looks after our book, cd, dvd, and children's collections, handles special orders from parishioners, and stores the St. Mark's history & archives. I'd like to help!
St. Mark's Meditation Group: This group meets on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays at 2:45 p.m. for a short spiritual reading followed by a seated meditation. All are welcome. Join the Meditation!