GOOD FRIDAY: We would usually gather to reflect together in a Good Friday service, but cannot do so this year because of the Coronavirus pandemic. Instead, seven of your fellow St. Markians were asked to provide a personal reflection on one of the seven “words” (statements) of Jesus from the cross.
While they will not be personally presenting their reflections, they have written them out. Watch for these here on the website, by email or in your mailbox if you do not have email.
Join us for a special series of Wednesday evening gatherings through the Lenten season, a time of reflection, contemplation, repentance and preparation for the coming celebration of Easter.
At 6 p.m., we’ll share a soup and salad supper in the Great Room.
At 6:45 p.m., we’ll gather in the sanctuary for a brief evensong service, about 30 minutes in length, with prayer, Scripture and music.
Please join us for a special Ash Wednesday worship service as the Lenten season begins. Pastor David Mueller will be preaching.
We will meet for worship every Wednesday throughout Lent.
“What you believe in your hearts is what you become.” Randy Frazee
Knowing what we believe and why we believe it is essential to a living faith. The Adult Forum class “BELIEVE,” led by Margie Dodson, is based on the book, video and study guide by Randy Frazee. The goal is to allow God to walk into our lives anew. We will study the core beliefs of the Christian faith to become spiritually strengthened, increasingly mature and able to communicate what we believe to others searching for God.
Join us in the Seminary Room Sunday mornings at 10 a.m.
Please join us as we meet for our annual congregational meeting on Sunday, January 26.
We’ll meet in the Great Room (downstairs) at 12:30 p.m., enjoy a light lunch and receive reports from our Leadership Council.
This meeting is important to our future. You’ll get a good update on recent developments and have opportunity to ask questions and share your thoughts. Be part of our planning process!
Gather with us at 10 a.m. Sunday as we join our neighbors at Presbyterian Church of the Covenant for a joint Service of Lessons and Carols.
Savor the readings, the special music and the fellowship we have in Christ.
PCOC is at 503 Duncan Road, Wilmington 19809.
Come and celebrate with us as we gather for worship on Christmas Eve, Tuesday, December 24.
Enjoy the music, the candles and especially the Good News that comes wrapped in the Christ!
We have two services planned:
6 p.m. Contemporary Christmas Eve service
10 p.m. Traditional Christmas Eve service
We hope to see you!
Be still! Hark! Pay close attention! Listen!
Quiet us, Lord, that we might be able to hear over the noise of our busy lives, beyond the frenzy and the clutter of our Christmas preparations. Help us to pause and become still, even for a moment, that we might hear the herald of angel voices: “Glory.” “Peace on Earth.” “Mercy.” “Reconciliation.” “Joy.” “Christ is Born.”
Join us for our Advent Prayer Vigil, an opportunity to enter our beautiful sanctuary and sit in silence; to quiet the self; to be still and know that God is God; to prayerfully meditate on Advent, the coming of the Christ, and to know him as Emmanuel, “God with us,” with the power to transform our hearts, our lives, even this broken world in which we live.
Meditative music and an Advent Prayer Guide will be provided.
Join us for St. Mark’s 17th annual Christmas Bazaar, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, December 7.
The Bazaar will be a bit smaller than years past — no White Elephant room — but we’ll have many of the features you love, including:
Baked goods and other edibles
We hope to see you there!
We all have many reasons to give thanks and it is especially wonderful to give thanks together! Join us and four other congregations in our area for a special Thanksgiving Service, starting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, November 26.
The service will be hosted by our next-door neighbors at Presbyterian Church of the Covenant, 503 Duncan Road. Three other congregations will join us, including Calvary Episcopal Church, Hillcrest-Bellefonte United Methodist Church and St. Helena’s Catholic Church.
Our Interim Pastor David E. Mueller will bring the message. Combined choirs will provide special music.
As an offering, we are invited to bring canned goods to help stock St. Helena’s Food Closet.
We’re excited about this! Join us!