The St. Mark's Lion            October 11, 2017
This eNewsletter replaces "This Week at St. Mark's" and is published on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month.

Publication Deadlines:
Sunday Bulletin Announcements: Tuesday
Wednesday Lion:  5 days prior (Friday)

Submissions should be emailed to  office@stmarksevanston.org

Conversation Caf és: Who Are We & Where Are We Going?
 
In October and November, St. Mark's will be discussing the Episcopal Church's current life and mission, and our role in that mission as an Episcopal community of faith in Evanston. We hope you will join in in the conversation!
 
Sunday Morning Presentations (Bethlehem Chapel, 9:30-10:15 AM):
  • Oct. 15   - What's happening in the Episcopal Church: what do the numbers tell us?
    Presenter: Debra Bullock, Rector and Charles Zaucha, Geographic IS Specialist

  • Oct. 22 - What's the mission of the Episcopal Church? What is the Jesus Movement?
    Presenter: Scott Zaucha, Associate for Community Engagement
     
  • Oct. 29 - What's happening in our diocese? What is its mission?
    Presenter: Victor Conrado, Associate for Ministries, Diocese of Chicago
Conversation Cafés are vestry-hosted conversations where we gather to make sense of the world of St. Mark's. There is no homework - just a simple process that will help us shift from small talk to BIG talk - conversations that matter as we think and learn together, surface insights, and dare to dream about the future of St. Mark's.
 
YOUR input matters! Please make every effort to be a part of the conversation.
 
  • Sunday, November 5, 10:45 AM-12:45 PM
  • Thursday, November 9, 7-9 PM

Worship & Faith Formation

Lay Ministries, Making Music, Sunday school, Bible Study and more.   Read the Details by Clicking Here.

For the appointed Scripture readings for the Sundays in October,   click here.

2 Who can declare the mighty acts of the Lord *       
       or show forth all his praise?
3 Happy are those who act with justice *  
      and always do what is right!

                                                                       PSALM 106:2-3
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