A parish-wide event serving our neighbors across our city
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.
Join Us in Serving Others
Also called Chalice Bearers, these members administer the chalice during Eucharist for in-person services. Training is required and is offered once a year.
Not Sure Where to Serve?
Contact us for general questions about serving opportunities at St. Mark's.
These volunteers take smaller arrangements from the altar after in-person services to share joy and encouragement with others.
These volunteers handle food preparations and serving at funeral receptions held at St. Mark's.
Help keep the gardens surrounding the church looking beautiful.
Members of the Greeting team stand outside the church and are often the first to greet and direct parishioners before worship services. Greeting is a great way to meet St. Mark's members and visitors. Greeters serve once a month and...
These members lead the congregation in the Prayers of the People during Sunday services. Intercessors participate in online services by pre-recording the reading of the prayers. Training is required and is offered once a year.
When the St. Mark's commercial kitchen is available, these volunteers assist in special events and gatherings hosted by the church. Volunteers are needed for food preparation, set-up, decorating, and will also help serve food and beverages...