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SUNDAY

8:00am Rite I
9:15am Formation
10:30am Rite II w/ Choir
5:00pm Choral Evensong

WELCOME

‘Love God; and love each other.’ – Jesus

God’s dream for the world is that we live in just peace and tender harmony, fostering a global community in which each members’ rights and responsibilities are affirmed and fulfilled. This community is marked by ‘love,’ in thought, word, and deed. For Christians, there’s nothing esoteric about this ‘love’ – it is visible, tangible, measureable – which means, for the Church, it’s also something we can, and do, practice together.

 

Through prayer, study, and service, Saint Mark’s members and friends are encouraged to practice a ‘rule of life’ dedicated to falling in love with God and with each other. Shaped by the three-fold Benedictine spiritual framework of stability, obedience, and conversion of life, we seek ‘solid ground’ in a changing and turbulent world, we seek ‘guidance’ amidst myriad concerns and distractions, and we seek ‘growth and maturity’ as disciples of Jesus.

 

Come and see!

WELCOME

‘Love God; and love each other.’ – Jesus

God’s dream for the world is that we live in just peace and tender harmony, fostering a global community in which each members’ rights and responsibilities are affirmed and fulfilled. This community is marked by ‘love,’ in thought, word, and deed. For Christians, there’s nothing esoteric about this ‘love’ – it is visible, tangible, measureable – which means, for the Church, it’s also something we can, and do, practice together.

 

Through prayer, study, and service, Saint Mark’s members and friends are encouraged to practice a ‘rule of life’ dedicated to falling in love with God and with each other. Shaped by the three-fold Benedictine spiritual framework of stability, obedience, and conversion of life, we seek ‘solid ground’ in a changing and turbulent world, we seek ‘guidance’ amidst myriad concerns and distractions, and we seek ‘growth and maturity’ as disciples of Jesus.

 

Come and see!

Saint Mark's 2019 Journey of Generosity

Day of Advent

Sunday, Dec. 2nd 8 am to 1:30 pm
Join us on the First Sunday of Advent,

Worship, making wreathes & decorating candles, and sitting at the table together anticipating the coming of the Christ child.

9 am – Create your take home Advent wreath and more with fresh greens and candles.

12 noon – A festive brunch, sit with your St. Mark’s family, break bread together, and welcome the Advent season

Advent Retreat

There is a Celtic saying that heaven and earth are only three feet apart, but in the thin places that distance is even smaller. A thin place is where the veil that separates heaven and earth is lifted and one is able to receive a glimpse of the glory of God.

Join us for a retreat December 8th in All Saints Chapel of contemplative celtic prayer: an experience with chants, prayers, readings, with a presentation and discussion led by Edward Sellner.

“WE ARE CREATIVE, PROGRESSIVE PARTNERS IN GOD’S MISSION OF RADICAL LOVE AND WE AFFIRM THE DIGNITY OF EVERY HUMAN BEING.”

A GLOBAL COMMUNITY

Episcopalians share a life that is both local and global. We are connected to our Congregation, to our Diocese, to The Episcopal Church, and to the Worldwide Anglican Communion. Learn more here!

CATHEDRAL & THE ARTS

Saint Mark’s lives at the gateway to the Minneapolis arts & culture district. As Episcopalians, we cherish the arts as a source of inspiration and revelation. See what’s happening!

DAILY PRACTICES

Join in daily prayer with other people around the world and across the ages. You’ll find a small list of resources here to shape your daily practice of prayer.