Sunday Sermon

from May 12, 2019

In this sermon, Fr Rick tells an old, old story that sheds some light on some things that Jesus does in John 10, and which offers some insight for us today.

"I didn't come to St. Marks looking for a family, I already have a great one. But, at St. Mark's I found another wonderful family."

a member


Join us as the waters of baptism, the bread and wine of the Eucharist, and the Word of God feed us, that we might sprout, and bloom, and reach for the light which shines from above.

Spiritual Growth

None of us, regardless of age, are ever "done" with our faith. There is always more road on the journey ahead. And so whether it's Sunday School for the children, youth groups for the teens, or classes, pilgrimages, or seminars for the adults, come and let's walk the road together.


Jesus told us to feed the hungry and care for those in need—and so we do. Come along on some outreach initiatives which we've been involved in for decades, and others that arise as the need becomes evident.


Faith isn't all work and no play. Faith is a celebration. Jesus never talked about "church services" or "classes" but he talked an awful lot about feasts and parties. Come and find endless opportunities here to enjoy life and each other.


Who is the Holy Spirit? Why is the Holy Spirit the forgotten member of the Trinity? What did the Holy Spirit do in the Hebrew Bible, the Gospels, and the rest of the New Testament? What does the Holy Spirit do today?

May 18/19

Saturday 5PM Worship in the Chapel

Sunday 8AM Worship

9AM Adult Forum and Youth Groups

10AM Worship & Sunday School

May 25/26

Saturday 5PM Worship in the St Mark’s Chapel

Sunday 8AM Worship

10AM Worship

June 1/2

Saturday 5PM Worship in the St Mark’s Chapel

Sunday 8AM Worship

9AM Youth Groups and Adult Forum

10AM Worship & Sunday School

June 8/9

Saturday 5PM Worship in the St. Mark’s Chapel

Sunday 8AM Worship

10AM Worship with Confirmation