St. Mark's Episcopal Church
April 19, 2020
The Second Sunday of Easter
A lmighty and everlasting God, who in the Paschal mystery established the new covenant of reconciliation: Grant that all who have been reborn into the fellowship of Christ's Body may show forth in their lives what they profess by their faith; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever.  Amen.
Eastertide Message from Christian
Join us this Sunday for a live stream video with Father Christian at 10:30 a.m.
you may join through facebook or our website
Easter Memorials
Our Condolences are with Jackie Taylor in the loss of her son Kip Taylor
the Walk for Good Food
has gone virtual this year, with participants walking in their own neighborhoods. You can do your walk from May 3rd through May 13th. While there are many things in place to stop the spread of this virus in our community, you still need to continue to follow social distancing guidelines and other directives made by public health officials and government leaders. You’re encouraged to walk individually or with your household and maintain a distance of 6’ from anyone else.
St. Mark's needs to have at least 25 walkers signed up for our team and to raise at least $500 in support of our Breakfast Cafe. You may join our team
and/or donate by sending in a check to St. Mark's or visiting this link:
An Opportunity to Help with Food Donations to our Local Food Pantry
A Message from your Stewardship Ministry
Stewardship at St Mark’s Church

Like many in our Parish, city, state, country and world, prayer has become a daily occurrence. We thank our Lord daily for his help in helping us to get through the Corona Virus Pandemic. As we take time each day to say a Prayer or ask our Lord for help, we at St Mark’s want to help as much as possible. 

Our St Mark’s family works together to make a difference in our Parish and community. Please, continue to pray for St. Mark’s, our parishioners, our staff and all those for whom we have promised to pray. We walk through this very serious situation together, during a very demanding time, and we need one another as a family of faith.

Our Stewardship saying “Shining Our Light” means so much in many ways. It means be faithful to the mission to which we are called at St. Mark’s to share ourselves and our gifts with one another for the sake of doing the best we can to help build the Kingdom of God, the Reign of God, in our midst. 
May God continue to bless us as a community of faith in all we do as good stewards of the many gifts God continues to give us.  For all those gifts, we give God thanks and praise.

Blessings to you. Be safe. Be heathy. Be grateful.

The Stewardship Ministry at St. Mark’s
Camp has been moved to one week-August 2-8-and will include all ages
Grand Rapids Episcopal Youth

Click on the link below to learn more about how the Youth are able to still be involved with a Passion Play and interact with one another through Zoom.
If you give online, please place this on line giving card in the offering as a way of participating in this act of worship. 
And pray in the Spirit on all occasions with all kinds of prayers and requests. With this in mind, be alert and always keep on praying for all the LORD's people.
St. Mark's is a part of the
St. Mark's Episcopal Church
134 N. Division Avenue
Grand Rapids, MI 49503