Fellowship

Every Sunday Morning

Beginning at 9am

Meet and greet your community, with beverages in the Parlor, Community Room and on the Patio. 

Timely Topics with the Dean

3rd Sunday of the Month

9:30am in the Community Room

Watch the Weekly Connector email for topics. 

Discipleship Groups

Meet weekly for a set number of sessions

Various weekday and weeknight dates and times (varies by group)

Online via Zoom or in-person (varies by group)

As we reconnect this year, please consider one of these offerings, intended for a group of less than 10 in number. In this small community, you will learn and practice those tings which will draw you closer to God. For full information and registration information, visit our Small Groups page.

Round Table In-Person Dinner & Discussion

3 times per year for 3 consectuvie weeks

6-8 pm

Registration required

These gatherings are part of our common life together, as we come with open hearts and minds, ready to listen, to learn, to pray, and to fellowship with each other.  As we dwell in the context of this community that understands our need for God and each other, we can become the love that our world is desperate for. Hospitality and a simple meal are highlights of these evenings. Fall Round Table Topic: Life in Community. Wednesdays: October 26, November 2 and 9. Register here

Spiritual Preparations for the Upcoming Liturgical Season

3 times per year

Online via Zoom, Registration Required

The first session will be led by Jay Phelan, a retired professor of Theology, and former paster. It will take place Wednesday, November 16 at 6:30pm and the focus will be the Gospel of Matthew and how our faith and lives together are grounded in scripture. Register here

Episcopal 101 – Fall 2022

Mondays, October 3 – 24, 6 – 7:30 pm, Zoom

Saturday, November 5, 10 am – 12 pm, Saint Mark’s

(5-Week Sessions take place in the Fall and Spring)

Episcopal 101 is a series of classes that offer an opportunity to deepen your knowledge of the Episcopal Church, to nurture your spiritual development, and to meet a variety of leaders at Saint Mark’s.  These classes are for you if you are new to Saint Mark’s, new to the Episcopal Church, or simply want to learn more.   The series is available for everyone, no matter how many times you have attended!

Each week is taught by a different member of the ministry team, with time set aside weekly to connect with one another.  This class will utilize the book A People Called Episcopalians, which is available through our Cathedral Bookshop.  Other books recommended include Always We Begin Again, Walk in Love: Episcopal Beliefs and Practices, and The Book of Common Prayer.

Monday Evenings

6:00: Zoom opens

6:15- 7:30: Program

The Saturday class will be in the Cathedral Nave, allowing us to greet each other in person, to experience an instructed liturgy and to hear more about St. Mark’s community.

Please contact Canon Community Developer Mary Lusk with any questions.

Additional Opportunities for Adults

For information on Cohorts including groups for Young Adults/Young Professionals, Men’s Ministry, Parent Fellowship and SAAGES (Spiritually Active Adults, Growing, Exploring & Serving), Knitting Group and Altar Guild, visit our Small Groups page. 

For questions concerning our adult ministry, please contact Mary Lusk.

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