We participate in God’s mission of healing and reconciliation in many ways at St. Mark’s, some inside our walls and some beyond. In all our service, we prize the relationships we develop with those we meet, who are often people we might never run into other wise. We seek to be the light of Christ in dark places and to bear witness to that same light already shining forth from such places. We pray and listen carefully to how we might partner with God so that our passions, gifts, skills, and resources can fully meet particular needs in our community and in the world.
(Pictured above: Fabrizio (left) shows children at our sister school in Haiti a video of them playing soccer.)
One way we serve God is sharing in one another’s lives as the community of St. Mark’s.
We discover God’s abundance by giving back the gifts God has given us, partnering with God in mission through our time, talent, and financial resources.
Dedicated members, including our Lay Eucharistic Visitors, partner with the rector to provide pastoral care to those who are suffering in body, mind, or spirit.
Since 2008, we have partnered with St. Luc’s School in Mercery, Haiti.
Multiple times a month, we provide meals for the WARM Center in Westerly, RI.
Dismantling racism and working for equal justice for all people is a spiritual discipline.
This independent program for two-year-olds, begun at St. Mark’s in 1989, brings together children with special needs and their typically developing peers.