Cathedrals have always played a key role in the life of the people of God. Our underlying theology is that God is already at work in the neighborhood, the city, and the state. When we ‘serve,’ we are simply trying to catch up with God and join in the work of justice, reconciliation, and peace.
Vote. It Counts!
If you’re interested in preventing gun violence, there is nothing more important you can do than vote on or before November 6th for candidates who are committed to gun reform.
The fact that over 90% of Minnesotans support common sense gun laws but we can’t get them passed in the state legislature shows the absolute necessity of electoral action. Until we vote in gun reform candidates, we’ll never achieve real gun reform. St. Mark’s Gun Violence Prevention Taskforce encourages St. Markans to go to the polls on November 6th. Educate yourself on gun violence issues (protectmn.org). Vote for reform
NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
Nov 13 at 6:00 PM
St. Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral provides Lionheart scholarship funding for high achieving, financially needy MCTC (Minneapolis College) students that have experienced or are transitioning out of poverty, and first generation college students that show a commitment to the north Minneapolis community....
Nov 14 at 6:30 PM
Wednesdays in November and December, at 6:30 pm. Sisyphus Brewing, 712 Ontario Ave W Meet and learn with local theologians as we dig deeper into our guiding scripture. Connect with Mary Lusk with questions.
Nov 15 at 2:00 PM
Join us for a special talk by The Venerable Benjamin Ives Scott...