In our occasional series of introductions to members we take the time to find out more about the people that make up St. Mark’s. Today, we meet Karen Ramella. What brought you to St.Marks? I was raised an Episcopalian. About six years ago I started missing the Episcopal church. At the time we lived in […]
If you’re interested in reading and want to know how reading fiction can help you understand who you are in Jesus, come read with me this summer! We’ll be reading Little Women by Louisa May Alcott or Betsy Tacy by Maud Hart Lovelace. You get to choose which book you’d like to read. (We’ll be talking […]
Dear Friend, Most couples ring the bell after their wedding! And on almost any given day, you can walk into the chapel and find someone who has stopped in to pray. What about you? For nearly 150 years St. Mark’s has been a place to ring out your joy to the world, or to offer […]
Dear Friend, Occasionally I am asked about our written prayers within Anglicanism. After all, there is something to be said about an extemporaneous prayer from the heart. That’s true! A written (and memorized?) Collect can collect your thoughts and create a special place in your soul for the Lord to be at work. We all […]
St. Mark’s youth have been serving with Appalachia Service Project (ASP) for ten years. So, how do we quantify that? We totaled the volunteers, vans, and even the number of PB&J sandwiches eaten.