Welcome to St. Mark’s Episcopal Church!
Children and families gathered in the Radley Room to pack diapers for the Essentials Closet. Over 1800 were taken to to be distributed to parents who need our support.
Church Fair: Saturday, Dec. 6th!! Lots of help needed getting ready for this annual festive event.
Books! Gifts! Jewelry! Baked goods! Hand made gifts! Food and treats! Harvest Kitchen! Silent Auction! Gingerbread Houses!
Everyone is welcome to help, participate, and/or clean up. Let’s make it a success!
Life at our church:
St. Mark’s has an active children’s program. Music and adult education, outreach and service, care for one another and healing prayers, all are part of our life together as a parish. Join us!
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Our Rector, the Reverend John Balicki
Sunday, Nov. 17, 2019: Twenty-Third Sunday after Pentecost
8:00 AM Holy Eucharist Rite II
The sermon delivered his Sunday by our intern, George Sheats.
9:00 AM Adult Education. We will continue with the film “Traces of the Trade” about the connection of slavery to New England. Come even if you missed the first session.
10:15 AM Holy Eucharist Rite II with choir and nursery. The women of the choir will be singing this week.
11:30 Coffee Hour after the 11:15 service hosted by the Liversidges. We are looking for hosts for Dec. 1.
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 Program for Children
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 or packing diapers for needy families
Learn more about children and family programs
Our Directors of Children and Youth programs are Jonathan Knock and Melinda Corey.
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.
Our fall series on the “Opiate Crisis and the Faith Community” on Thursday evenings allowed us to learn more from many speakers and discuss ways to help.