We are so glad you found your way to Saint Mark's Episcopal Church. If you are new to the Episcopal Church or new to St. Mark’s, then we are looking for you and would love to get to know you! If you are joining us for the first time or have been coming for a while, please fill out our online connection card which you will find on the "Connection Card" box to the right. ZOOM LINKS ARE FOUND IN THE BUTTONS ON THE RIGHT.
Sundays at 8:30am -- Adult Education time will consist of adult Confirmation classes (Parish Wide Class) Called "The Church R to B, A to Z" -- In person and Zoom
ALL ARE WELCOME.
See Willis for pertinent information regarding Confirmation, Reception or Reaffirmation.
Sundays at 9:30am -- Holy Communion, Rite I in the church sanctuary and on Zoom. After the service, a social time will be held on the patio. If the weather is bad, this will move to the parish hall downstairs. UPDATE (as of 8-8-21): After consulting with our ministry leaders, we are asking people to wear masks on Sunday during Worship. This new guidance pertains to both vaccinated and unvaccinated folks and is in effect now.
Please join us in the sanctuary every Sunday morning for a service of Holy Communion, Rite I in the sanctuary and you may also join the service via ZOOM -- Links to the services and gatherings are in the box to the right.Wednesday Evening Prayer bulletin >
Worship and Children Information
Pledges and Gifts:
We remain so grateful for your support and thank you for your continued contributions! You may now put your offering in the collection plate at church, drop off checks (or cash) at the office, or send them by mail. You may also click on the Donate Now button (to your right) where you can make a one time or a recurring gift.
SPECIAL FOOD PANTRY INFORMATION
The Botetourt Food Pantry is operating at normal hours Saturday 9:30-12:00, but the distibution will be done as a drive through process. Clients are asked to stay in their cars and volunteers bring the food out to you. Food will be already boxed up. We ask clients and volunteers to stay at home if you have any symptoms. We appreciate your patience, as we want to keep our volunteers and clients safe.