Here’s your opportunity to get involved! Cathedral Life is at the core of our life as a Saint Mark’s family working to build community and strengthen connections. We are always looking for people to help plan, prepare, and participate in our activities, ministries, and events at the Cathedral. It’s a wonderful way to share talents and meet new people.
Earthkeepers is a group of people who believe that reverence for God's creation, the Earth, is part of our Episcopal faith.
This group exists for those who are in their twenties or thirties or somewhere around there. They meet regularly for spiritual and community formation.
The Cathedral Life Commission sponsors events that offer a chance for Saint Markans to get together for fellowship. Volunteers are always encouraged to help plan, cook and serve, working together as a small community.
This group honors the indigenous people of the Americas, in particular those first people of Minnesota.
The Saint Mark’s LGBTQ Ministry is a welcoming, faith-based group that celebrates equality, inspires justice, integrates spirituality, and nurtures wholeness for youth and adults.
We welcome people of every ethnicity and persuasion to St. Mark’s. This group offers educational opportunities for our community, including diverse art, music and events that all can enjoy.
A group of knitters meet and knit shawls for people who are in need of extra prayers. All levels of skill are welcome. The group enjoys conversation and laughter while they knit.
Be a part of the Pageant during the Christmas Eve Service. Get involved! There are jobs for everyone.
Do you have a passion for theology and/or have a broad reading experience? The Cathedral Book Shop is currently looking for volunteers and could use your help running the bookshop as well as help in maintaining our computer system, merchandizing and updating our social media pages (Facebook)
Preserving the past as a community of faith helps us know who we are now and how we got to be who we are. St. Mark’s archives houses information about St. Mark’s from 1858 to the present.
The Library offers a place, on the second floor, for respite, wisdom, and reflection. Congregants are welcome to check out books and volunteers are always welcome.