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‘Love God; And Love Each Other.’ – Jesus

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God’s dream for the world is that we live in just peace and tender harmony, fostering a global community in which each members’ rights and responsibilities are affirmed and fulfilled. This community is marked by ‘love,’ in thought, word, and deed. For Christians, there’s nothing esoteric about this ‘love’ – it is visible, tangible, measureable – which means, for the Church, it’s also something we can, and do, practice together.

Monday, September 19, 2022

Register for a

Fall Discipleship Group

Low commitment, high rewards!

Six topics/groups to choose from with varying start dates. Online and in person.

Learn more and register.

The Hidden Spirituality of Men

Mondays: October 3 - November 14, 7-8 pm on Zoom

Book: The Hidden Spirituality of Men: Ten Metaphors to Awaken the Sacred Masculine by Matthew Fox

To Matthew Fox, our crucial task is to open our minds to a deeper understanding of the healthy masculine than we receive from our media, culture, and religions. To awaken what Fox calls “the sacred masculine,” he unearths ten metaphors, or archetypes, to inspire men to pursue their higher calling to reinvent the world.

Register here

Acting for Justice 

Tuesdays: Sept 27 - October 25, 7-8 pm on Zoom

Becoming an ally for racial equity and justice requires most of us “to get outside our bubble.” What is your “bubble” and what actions are you taking to “break through”? Have your efforts been challenging, a blessing, or possibly even transformative? Join others on this journey in a place of prayer, sharing, support, and accountability. Moderators for weekly discussions will rotate among members.

Register here


Visit our Refurbished Library

Something missing? Everyone is welcome to visit and enjoy the newly refurbished Library at Saint Marks! Browse, relax, meet or read! There is even a phone charging station built into the floor lamp by the chairs. What you might notice, however, is that the beautiful stained-glass window is missing. No need to call in Sherlock. It is simply getting a much needed, careful repair. It will be returned in full glory very soon.

Godly Play


Online | Mon, Sept. 26, 6:15-6:45 pm

For all ages, children through adults. Please register for Zoom.  

At Church | Sun, Oct 2, 9:15-10:15 am

For age 3 – third grade.  

Anywhere & Anytime

A Godly Play room is a prepared environment arranged with care and intention. In our homes, even tiny things can support our spiritual lives. An object from nature, candle, book, paper and pens, photos, mementos, prayer beads, and even doodles can be intentionally placed to invite children or adults to awareness and engagement. Just dusting and replacing an object we’ve placed before can bring renewed energy to our spiritual practices.  


Godly Play is an approach to spiritual engagement, learning and discovery based in sacred stories of Christianity, spiritual practices, and Montessori principles. Questions? Contact Monica Kruger, Godly Play Coordinator.

Music at St. Mark’s

Cathedral Choristers

Our youth choir, the Cathedral Choristers, is restarting after an enforced 2 year absence and we need more singers!

For more information or to arrange a very brief audition, please contact our Canon Musician Raymond Johnston

Saint Mark’s Music Series

Next in this season’s concert series is an Organ Recital by Oliver Brett on Sunday, October 7 at 7:30 pm.

Find the full Music Series 2022/23 schedule here.

Racial Equity & Justice Opportunities


Show Up for Housing Equity!  

Attend Revealing & Healing Histories: Racial Covenants Then and Now! Explore the legacy of racial covenants in the Twin Cities while learning local steps being taken toward repair. FREE @ Parkway Theater (4814 Chicago Ave. S.). Monday, September 26. Family friendly educational bike tour (5:45 p.m.); pre-show reception (6 pm); premiere of the new TPT follow-up series, Jim Crow of the North Stories (7 pm). The evening focuses on how Minneapolis residents have responded to racist covenants, redlining, and other forms of damaging segregation, lifting up Black resistance and resilience in the past as well as present-day changemakers looking to right historical housing injustices. Reserve Seats here. 

Men's Ministry

2nd Thursday of each month

6 pm @ Brit's Pub

Young Adults/Young Professionals (YA/YP) - 

1st Thursday of each month

7 pm @ Lakes & Legends Brewery

Faith Formation & Youth Group 


Formation for 4th-12th graders is held each Sunday at 9:15 am. 

Youth Group for 6th-12th graders is held on the second Sunday of each month from 4-6 pm.

If you have questions or are interested in volunteering, contact Bryan Bliss, Cradle-to-Career Ministry Associate. 

Episcopal 101 -

Fall 2022 Session begins Oct. 3

This series of 5 classes is an opportunity to deepen your knowledge of the Episcopal Church, to nurture your spiritual development, and to meet a variety of leaders at Saint Mark’s.   Register here.

Fellowship Time

Sundays starting at 9am

Time at the 9 o'clock hour and throughout the morning for building and deepening relationships and enjoying beverages and snacks.

Fall Worship Schedule

Print and save our Day-by-Day Guide to Worship & Prayer


5:30pm Santa Misa en Espanol (Worship Service in Spanish)


8am Holy Eucharist Rite I (Traditional Language) - In Person

10:30am Holy Eucharist Rite II (Contemporary Language) - In Person & Online

10:30 am Abbey Way Worship (Whipple Chapel)

5pm Choral Evensong (In Person and Online)


12:15pm Gospel Based Discipleship - Zoom


7:30am Morning Prayer - Zoom


12:15pm Holy Eucharist - In Person

4pm Episcopal House of Prayer Contemplative Prayer - Zoom


9am Contemplative Prayer - In Person

7:30am Compline - Zoom


Special Needs

Ann Denton, Van Frietze, Jean Gridley, Mary Grover, Susie Potter, Ryan Prins, Maryann and Rohan Thomas, Steve Uhler, Benedicte Vigoreux, Lisa Washington, Joan Wheeler, Ben, Viktor, Jeannie


Kim Edwards

Ongoing Prayers

Helena Bedell, Anne Bidne, Lois Becker, Delores Carlson, Bob Collier, Gwen Goldsmith, Stephanie Hall, Nancy Hirschfield, Marie Irwin, Anneke Jessup, Nikki King and family, Young Ja-lee, Anthony Paul Larson, Ann Maas, Marilyn Nelson, Dora Rettger, Amara Strande, Don and Dianne Sutton, Harrison


For the past and present students awarded Lionheart Scholarships by Minneapolis College

From the Book of Common Prayer; For church musicians and artists, O God, whom saints and angels delight to worship in heaven: Be ever present with your servants who seek through art and music to perfect the praises offered by your people on earth; and grant to them even now glimpses of your beauty, and make them worthy at length to behold it unveiled for evermore; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

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