Our Cathedral buzzes with activity: comforting pastoral care, breathtaking Music Series concerts, uplifting education and ministry programs, supporting fellowship, caring outreach, and inspiring Worship each week. Our stewardship campaign focuses on funding the operating needs of our many ministries. Our doors are open and we need your pledge to support our on-going program needs.
We invite you to make a commitment to support the ministries of Saint Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral. Working together, with the generosity of your time, talent and treasure we will gather God’s resources to continue the vibrant ministries of Saint Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral.
For more information on Annual Stewardship Pledges, please contact our Church Office.
Opening Our Doors
Our church building celebrated its 100th birthday on September 29, 2010 and was beginning to show its age. Our “Open Our Doors” capital campaign has help us to start much need restorations and improvements to allow us to serve others for the next 100 year.
Pledges and gifts continue to be gratefully accepted!
Funds raised over our original goal will be placed in a restricted account and used for capital improvements, including for needs that are uncovered as the current work proceeds.
For more information on our Capital Campaign, please contact Pat Betsinger.
In addition to your campaign and stewardship pledges, you may also wish to consider making a planned gift such as a bequest in your will, charitable gift annuity or gift of appreciated property (such as real estate or appreciated stock).
For more information on Charitable Annuities and Planned Giving Options, please contact ourPlanned Giving Office.
Periodically, St. Markans are looking for ways to donate tangible items. Our Cathedral and Partner Programs welcome Food, Toiletries, and Winter (gloves, hats, and socks). Learn more about how you can drop off items for donation on our Outreach Page
Sharing Your Talents
There are many opportunities to give of your time and talent at our cathedral. Learn more on Getting Involved at Saint Mark’s.