Alleluia! Christ is Risen! 

Join us Sunday for Morning Prayer via Facebook Live at  https://www.facebook.com/StMarkWestford/live/
75 Cold Spring Road, Westford, MA 01880 *  Office Phone 978-692-7849

St. Mark’s is a Christian community in the Episcopal tradition, fed and welcomed by God and committed to sharing God’s love by serving others. 
 Wherever you are in your spiritual journey, you are invited to join us. 

Weekly Worship Schedule

Online Worship via Facebook Live
Sunday Morning Prayer 10 a.m.
Daily Compline 9 pm. 


The Sunday Morning Prayer Bulletin can be found here:

Virtual Coffee Hour via Zoom Meeting:https://us02web.zoom.us/j/309711092

We gladly pray for all in need of prayer during our Prayers for Healing: To request we pray for someone, e-mail the office at secretary@st.mark.org. 

A few hints for participating in online worship

It can be difficult to view an online service bulletin and a worship livestream on screen at the same time. Some ways to solve this problem:
1. Print the service bulletin. PDFs are easily printed on your home printer. Use your browser to navigate to the online PDF and then choose "print" under your browser's "File" menu. 
2. Use a second device, such as a laptop, iPad, tablet, or Kindle. If you are watching the livestream on your computer, use your tablet or other web-enabled device to follow the link to the service bulletin and use it to follow along.
3. If neither of these options works for you, you can follow along with the service using a Book of Common Prayer and a hymnal. Beginning this week, Rev. Suzanne has added BCP page numbers to the service PDF. We STRONGLY recommend using bookmarks to mark these pages before worship begins! Our services jump all over the prayer book, and you will find it much easier to follow along if you have marked the pages in advance. Most of the hymns are from The Hymnal 1982.  If you do not have a Book of Common Prayer and/or Hymnal, and would like to borrow one, Tom Ellis has volunteered to deliver copies direct to local mailboxes: email Rev. Suzanne at revsuzannewade@gmail.com. 

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St. Mark's Office Hours

The Office is currently closed. To reach us, leave a message at 978-692-7849 or email secretary@st-mark.org. 

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Summer at St. Mark's

Due to the global coronavirus pandemic, we are not able to gather in person. But the Church is the people, not the building, so wherever and however we gather — online, offline, at our own dinner tables or in shared prayer — we are the Body of Christ. We invite you to connect with us this season through these online opportunities for worship, study, and service. 

COVID 19 UPDATE: St. Mark's Episcopal Church continues to worship online only. For more on this decision, please visit our blog at: https://stmarkwestford.blogspot.com

Community Garden:  St. Mark’s has planted its plot in the community garden with a variety of vegetables for the Westford Food Pantry, including beans, cantaloupe, tomatoes, and squash. If you have a few spare plants left from your own garden, let Paul Ackroyd or Jonathan Jilesen know, and we’ll see if we have room to give them a good home! Donations of salt marsh hay for mulch are also always appreciated. We are also welcoming volunteers to help weeding and watering: contact Paul or Jonathan to learn more. 


“How to Be an Anti-Racist” Summer Reading: This Diocesan Lenten book discussion pick has never been so important.  If you didn’t have time to read it this winter, now is the moment.  The book, by Ibram X. Kendi, offers readers a deeper understanding of what structural racism is and invites them to become “anti-racist,” actively working to build an equitable society.  We’ll gather via Zoom to discuss the book on Wednesday, July 29, at 7:30 p.m. All are welcome: please invite your friends and neighbors to join us as we reflect on the impact of racism on our communities and what we need to do to build a more just society. Available as an ebook or paperback from most online sellers. E-mail Rev. Suzanne for the Zoom link at revsuzannewade@gmil.com

NOTES FOR NURSING HOME RESIDENTS: Rev. Suzanne leads monthly worship services at two nursing homes, Bridges by Epoch in Westford and Wingate in Sharon, MA; residents there are unable to have visitors right now, so Suzanne is looking for people willing to write notes and cards to residents so they know we are thinking of them. All ages are invited to participate: notes, cards, and drawings are all welcome! You can put your contributions into a large envelope or small box and drop them in the church's mailbox at the parking lot exit: Suzanne will pick them up on Sundays and deliver them to the nursing homes. 



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