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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

Sunday 10 a.m., Holy Eucharist 
 
Worship & Distribution of Holy Communion at Bridges by Epoch Memory Care Assisted Living, Westford: Third Wednesday of the month.


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. 

Westford Korean Church Worship Schedule

Pastor Woong Soon Im

Sunday Service 12:30 p.m.
Sunday Bible Study 3-4:30 p.m.

Early Prayer Meeting 5:30-6:30 a.m. Wednesday-Friday
6-8 am.. Saturdays

St. Mark's Office Hours

Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

 



Pentecost at St. Mark's


Pentecost Sunday Send-Off Celebration!

Join us on Sunday, May 20, for a special celebration to mark the start of Suzanne's sabbatical. The Rev. Cynthia Maybeck, a nationally-recognized Biblical storyteller, will offer a dramatic telling of the coming of the Holy Spirit in Acts 2 during worship, and will tell additional stories in a presentation called "Acting like the Church" at a luncheon afterwards. We'll also be distributing copies of The Story: The Bible as One Continuing Story of God and His People so everyone can join Suzanne in exploring the Biblical story this summer. 

This is the final event of the God's Story, Our Story Sabbatical Year Program, which was made possible by a grant from the Lilly Endowment Clergy Renewal Program. 


All are welcome to join us on May 20!


WHERE ARE YOU READING THE STORY? As part of Suzanne’s sabbatical, we received copies of The Story: The Bible as One Continuing Story of God’s People. We’d love to hear where you are reading this summer! Send us a picture of you and your book wherever summer has taken you this year — the beach, the porch, the top of Mount Kilamanjaro, wherever! We’ll post it on our bulletin board and Facebook page, and include it in our Welcome Sunday slideshow in September!  E-mail digital images to secretary@st-mark.org. 

COMMUNITY GARDEN: Planting has begun! And we could use some plant donations. So if you purchased a 6-pack of tomatoes, but only need 4, why not give the other two a home in our plot? We particularly need tomato plants and marigolds. And we also need help with weeding and watering! See our Community Garden Sign-Up here: Community Garden Sign Up


ROOTS OF FAITH PILGRIMAGE: Rev. Suzanne will lead a pilgrimage to explore the roots of our Anglican tradition and worship at great cathedrals in England March 8-16, 2019. The itinerary will include visits to Hampton Court Palace, Windsor Castle and St. Georges Chapel, Westminster Abbey, St. Paul’s, Coventry Cathedral, Winchester, Southwark, and Canterbury Cathedral. We’ll have opportunities to walk ancient pilgrim routes and learn about the ministry taking place today. For more information, e-mail secretary@st-mark.org to be added to the mailing list, and plan to attend an informational meeting after worship on Sept. 16. This trip is open to participants who are not members of St. Mark’s, so feel free to share with friends and neighbors. 

HAITI PARTNERSHIP PILGRIMAGE: Last year, a team from St. Mark’s traveled to Juampas, Haiti, to meet our mission partners and see the work they are doing. We’re planning a return trip next summer! If you’d like to join us, please mark Sept. 23 on your calendar and join us for a planning meeting after worship! Participation in a Mission Pilgrimage requires a full nine-month commitment to participate with the team in fundraising and learning about Haiti. The majority of the cost will be raised by the team and by applying for a Diocesan grant. Age 14 and up are invited to join us: this will be a youth + adult mission trip. E-mail secretary@st-mark.org to be added to the mailing list. 

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