Lenten Activities at St. Mark’s

Invitation to a Holy LentAvailable hereContains opportunities for prayer and study during Lent, including the Daily Office Readings and Daily Devotions for different times of the day
Worship Service
Sundays at 10 AM via Zoom
Contact The Reverend Nancy L.
Threadgill (revnancy-stmarks@atlanticbbn.net)
for login information
We offer Holy Eucharist and Morning Prayer on alternate weeks. The bulletin for Morning Prayer on Sunday February 21, 2021 is available here.
5-Minute LentMonday through Saturday
evenings from 7:00-7:05 PM
via Zoom. Begins on Thursday, February 18, and will
run through Wednesday,
March 31.
This Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh series
is called Expecting Life and will follow
John 12 verse by verse. Zoom link is:
Passcode: Lent
Everyone in the diocese is invited to these
5-minute evenings as a spiritual practice we
can observe together.
ComplineTuesdays at 8 PM via Zoom
Contact Lisa Bell-Loncella
(etbell57@gmail.com) for login
The “goodnight prayer of the
church”, this lay-led service lasts
about 15 minutes and is a calming
way to end the day.
Lenten Book StudyThursdays at 7 PM via Zoom
Contact Louise Mead
for login information
Beginning Thursday, February 18,
we will study Presiding Bishop
Michael Curry’s latest book,
Love is the Way: Holding on to
Hope in Troubling Times.
Stations of the CrossComing Soon–Slide show on
the web site
Art work and narrations by our
parishioners, a traditional Lenten
meditative practice.
Pet Food PantryWednesday & Thursday
March 3 & 4
9:30 AM -1PM
Outdoors in our courtyard
See full description in block to the right.

Resources for individual and family worship and study are available under Worship and Christian Formation on the menu at the top of this page.

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