Happening now or soon at St Mark's
The Inaugural St. Mark’s Winter Olympics are this Sunday, March 15th, during fellowship hour and we invite you to join in the festivities. Our Olympic events will be Ski Jump, Cross Country Skiing, This Blows, Curling, Snow Shoveling and the ever popular Face the Cookie and our potluck is shaping up to be quite the international affair with German, Mexican, Greek, Indian, Filipino, Italian, Mexican, and Indonesian offerings. Whether you compete in the games, cheer on the competitors or just enjoy the delicious food, this event is guaranteed to be full of fun and fellowship! We'll see you there.
The Neighborhood Design Center will be with us on Sunday, March 22nd during our Fellowship Hour to talk with us about Signal Station North, a public space lighting project for the Station North Arts District. Participants will have time to ask questions, see sample images of public lighting approaches, and complete a survey that will guide the lighting plan. We'll explore how public lighting impacts us and discuss what you want and need from lighting investment in the city! Join us for the conversation and an opportunity to shape the Signal Station North lighting plan. Sign up for updates at www.signalstationnorth.com
Sunday, March 29th will be Pastor Joseph’s last Sunday with us. Please join us to thank him and honor our time together as a St. Mark’s Family.
Spring Clean Up & Planting, Saturday April 4th at 2 pm - join us for an afternoon of sprucing up the neighborhood around St. Mark's in preparation for Holy Week. BYO work gloves!
There's always something going on at St. Mark's. Free concerts, community festivals, art shows, tours of our beautiful building, and our regular gatherings to celebrate the presence of Jesus Christ on Sundays.
Join Us for Worship
Holy Communion at 11:00 AM
UPDATE: March 20, 2020
In accord with the directive from Bishop William Gohl, and in compliance with the Governor of Maryland, all liturgies at St. Mark's are suspended until such time as restrictions are lifted. Please check our Facebook page for updates and to stay in touch. God bless us one and all.
EELK Baltimore Markuse Kogudus (Estonian)
3rd Sunday in the Church usually at 2 PM
1900 St. Paul Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
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