Saint Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral has been fortunate to be located in a vibrant constantly changing urban neighborhood. The needs of our neighbors are obvious, and there has always been a desire to serve in Christ’s name. Our serving ministries provide an opportunity for our members to grow in compassion and to make our world a better place for all.
Monday Night Supper is a meal served to about 100-200 needy young adults under age 30
Episcopalians working together to promote justice and peace through policy changes.
The Downtown Coalition for Grief Support offers an educational and emotional support group to those who have lost a loved one.
Have you been looking for a fun and active way to be of service at St. Mark's? We offer a parking lot welcome to all of our guests, providing support for many of our unique services, as well as several downtown events throughout the year.
Brighten someone’s day while providing them with a nourishing meal. Meals on Wheels Food is brought to those who are house bound.
On Thursdays, we open the coffee lounge from 12noon–4pm for a hot soup lunch and a place to rest for the homeless and the hungry.
Following the open-hearted spirit of Bishop Whipple, the faith communities of the Episcopal Church of Minnesota seeks to expand its intercambio with the Episcopal faith communities in Cuba through mission trips as well as regular contact between bishops.
Groveland serves as an emergency source of food for those living in the neighborhoods just south of the downtown area.
Every Sunday, a team of people gathers early in the morning to sort the food donations received from a local grocery.
St. Mark's Bag Lunch Ministry provides lunches to Thursday Warm Space guests, daily drop-in visitors and hungry college students.
Sunday Night Supper is a long-standing tradition at St. Mark’s, one in which we join three other large downtown churches to provide a Sunday evening meal to the needy in the neighborhood.