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At the heart of our Baptismal Covenant is the call to seek and serve Christ in all persons, loving our neighbors as ourselves; to strive for justice and peace among all people; and to respect the dignity of every human being (Book of Common Prayer, p. 305). Through St. Mark's, you’ll find opportunities to use your talents, passions, and resources to serve God and your neighbor. Whether you are drawn to ministry behind the scenes or out front, discover the joy of serving within our community and beyond.

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Newcomer Ministry

Volunteers in this ministry write personal Welcome notes to all those who visit St. Mark's.  Volunteers can also serve as Newcomer Mentors by providing connection, conversation and information on what St. Mark's has to offer.  


Sunday School Teachers

These volunteers facilitate Sunday School classes for children age 4-5th grade when we are meeting in-person.  Sunday school teachers guide the students through activities related to a Godly Play lesson, which is given by a volunteer trained...



The men and women serving on usher teams welcome members and visitors, distribute worship bulletins, assist in seating, and attend to those who need assistance.  Usher teams serve for a month at a time on a rotating basis, usually twice a...


Walk-In Assistance

Because of our proximity to the Greyhound Bus Station, St. Mark’s has found a natural fit as a resource for people who need assistance to travel to a safe or more productive location. Persons referred through agencies like Haven for Hope...


Wedding Guild

These volunteers assist clergy and families during weddings held at St. Mark's.


Wednesday Night Youth Mentor

These volunteers attend Wednesday evening youth group once a month - either in-person or online.  Mentors give their time to get to know the middle and high school youth and serve as caring adult role models.