The ultimate aim of our Christian journey at St. Mark’s is to respond to the Christian call for action by actively growing in our Faith and spreading the “Good News” through helping others. Some of the many ways that individuals and families can participate include:
St. Mark’s Pastoral Care Committee provides opportunities to respond to the needs of others and act directly as Jesus’ hands and feet. We coordinate Pastoral Outreach Ministries within our community and transform projects into ongoing ministries. The Pastoral Care committee also provides rides to doctors’ appointments, Church, the hospital, or other necessary destinations for people in need.
Eucharistic Home Visitors Ministry
Trained Lay Volunteers bring Holy Communion to home bound or hospitalized parishioners regularly. For more information, please contact Fr. Johan Johnson, Interim Rector – firstname.lastname@example.org
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Gamblers Anonymous (GA) meet regularly at St. Mark’s. Visit www.aa.org or www.ga.org for details.