Hello, and welcome to St. Mark's. Sundays are bustling at St. Mark's with Christian education for all ages. Our worship and music nourishes us all. Everyone is invited to partake of the Holy Communion at our Lord's table. Children are always welcome.
We provide a program brochure of the entire service, so everyone can be included.
Our shared journey in faith continues through the week with Bible/book study, choir and quilting/prayer shawl ministries and fellowship, plus outreach projects.
We at St. Mark's extend a warm welcome for you to come and join us!
Spot Light !
Sunday Sept 25th: We return to our regular schedule with an added bonus! Rite I with sermon and Holy Communion at 8:00 AM, Children's service at 9:30 AM and Rite II with sermon, hymns, choral anthem and Holy Communion at 10:15AM. Join us!
From Maine to Spain and Back Again!
The Rev. John Balicki shared stories and pictures from his sabbatical with the parish last weekend. His travels included biking the length of Maine, walking a pilgrim trail in Spain, and attending a retreat in Scotland.
John has posted a blog about his sabbatical experiences. FOLLOW John's BLOG
READ on-line sermons by summer supply Rev. Jud Pealer and Rev. John Balicki sermons
Our Mission Beyond Our Doors
From issues facing our planet to challenges in our community, St. Mark's looks beyond ourselves to find ways to help.
Ways to help
* The Peace Pole - say a prayer for world peace
* Food Bank - share with our neighbors
* Homeless Shelter - support those in need
* Sandwich Program - provide food for others
Music is an important part of life at St. Mark's, both as part of our worship and also as a gift to the wider Waterville community.
* In worship, singing hymns and prayers
* Enjoying our choir
* Appreciating a range of organ music
* Involving our children
* Offering concerts
Learn more about Music at St. Mark's.
Our Lively Children’s Program
At St. Mark's, we welcome children as an important part of our life together. Sunday activities for children and their families are focused on learning by doing. For example:
* Participating in worship in the Family Eucharist
* Outreach projects: making chicken pies for the Homeless Shelter
Learn more about children and family programs
Pastoral Care // Sabbatical
How do we as Christians embody our faith? The entire "Body of Christ" is called, as baptized Christians, to love and care for one another and for those in need. Learn more about why Pastoral Care is vital to our mission.
The Reverend John Balicki has returned from his sabbatical. LINK to John's BLOG