Worship, Classes, and Fellowship

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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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Acolytes

Youth volunteers in grades 6-12 assist the clergy as leaders during worship services, assisting the congregation during the service. Acolytes learn what we do in worship services and why those things are important. Acolyte volunteer hours are...

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Altar Guild

The Altar Guild set the table for the celebration of the Holy Eucharist for services at St. Mark's and clean up after. Members serve one or two times a month.  

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Children's Chapel Assistant

Assist Children's Ministry Director in leading worship and activities for children ages 4 years to 3rd grade during the 9.00am worship service.

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Christmas to the Street

For more than a decade, St. Mark's has embraced the tradition of preparing and serving meals for our downtown neighbors. High School youth stay overnight at St. Mark’s to help prepare a meal that will feed at least 1,500 people and spend...

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Community Engagement

St. Mark’s and its lay and clergy community members are involved in numerous organizations across the city. Participation in groups like the Interfaith San Antonio Alliance and the Downtown Convening Group help us to partner readily with...

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Community of Hope

Members are trained in the art of pastoral presence and are available to serve as regular visitors for a period of time for those in need as a result of illness or bereavement.

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Daughters of the King (DOK)

Members of this national, Anglican (Episcopal) Order for women are strengthened through the discipline of a Rule of Life, and supported through the companionship of one another. The DOK meet regularly to reflect and grow spiritually together...

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