Most services are broadcast live on YouTube and/or Facebook.
We are no longer requiring those who have been vaccinated for COVID19 to mask or socially distance. We are no longer requiring pre-registration to attend any regular in-person services.
St Mark’s is the Episocpal Church in Basking Ridge, NJ. It's a growing church that is committed to reaching out to those in need, deepening our own faith, and inviting others to follow Jesus.
Come and join us on a Sunday morning, as we gather to give thanks at the Altar. Come and join us in the Giving Garden, which provides fresh vegetables to our local food pantries. Come and join us serve lunch at the Soup Kitchen in Keansburg. Come and join us in Appalachia, as we help make homes warmer, safer, and drier. Come and join us at Alpha, as we explore the big questions of life and faith.
Come. Grow. Here.
Pounds of produce grown and delivered so far, in the summer of 2021
Feeding the Hungry
One of our favorite ministries is the Giving Garden at The Ross Farm, which provides fresh vegetables to our hungry neighbors.
Sermons at St Mark’s
Profound. And profoundly relevant.
Our sermons seek to bring the majesty and mystery of the Scriptures to our daily lives, challenging how we see the world, and how we act in it.
Learning from each other.
We are never too young to start learning the love of Jesus. And we are never too young to love as Jesus loves us.
Adult Christian Formation
Walking in the light.
We never stop growing into our faith. There is always more to explore, to realize, and to share. During the pandemic, we’ve moved our adult Christian Formation to Zoom.
We follow Jesus, the healer.
Prayers for healing has been an integral part of St Mark's for years. During the last year, we've been graced by a community of women who have been knitting healing prayer blankets, so that those who are hurting may wrap themselves in the healing embrace of God.
Becoming the Beloved Community
Finding ALL our brothers and sisters.
In the summer of 2020, a group of St Markers gathered on Zoom weekly to talk about race, discrimination, and systemic racism. We used Robin DiAngelo’s book White Fragility as our text, and we looked deeply at ourselves and at the society that is built up around us.