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Rental Facilities at St. Mark’s Church

Welcome to St. Mark’s Episcopal Church! We are pleased to provide comfortable, attractive accommodations for teachers and instructors to host classes, seminars, and events; for people to have birthday and graduation parties, family reunions, and other gatherings; and for groups and clubs to hold their meetings in a comfortable setting. Whether you are a person looking for a place to host that special event or a business seeking a meeting space, you’ve come to the right place. While we are not a full-service hotel and conference center (we are mostly volunteers), we will cheerfully help you to make your rental go smoothly.

Our main rental space, Williams Hall, is a 32’x48’ function hall with a vaulted wood ceiling, wood floor, plentiful window light, and a separately available commercial kitchen. The room is rated for up to 219 people and can seat up to 102 at 6’ round tables – or provide plenty of space for yoga mats. Additional rental spaces available include a wood-trimmed, carpeted library with conference table and chairs for a club or board meeting; a choir room with a piano and chairs handy for any music teacher; and a spacious Children’s room with vinyl tiling and a corner sink, perfect for arts and crafts.

We are currently host to several teachers – art, dance, music – clubs, and councils. Perhaps we can add your business to our family of ongoing renters! Our church secretary will gladly show you the space and answer your questions during her office hours. Give us a call at 978-692-7849 or email at and let us know how we can help you.

Meet a few of our Ongoing Renters at St. Mark’s – and perhaps try something new!

Violin, Viola and Chamber Music Lessons

Dimitar Petkov, a private Violin and Viola teacher is currently accepting new students for Summer 2015 and Fall 2015

Teaching Goals:  A Lifetime love for Music!!! Guide students in bringing musical expressions without excessive tension. 

Favorite words while teaching: QUALITY, discipline, consistency, practice, Fun and IMAGINATION !!!

I believe in: a particular “chemistry” between the student and the teacher. Relationships are built on trust and trust is fragile. Music is my life…but there is more to life than music and I am still learning.

Teaching Method: “It is a collection of Experiences” - My teaching is inspired by Paul Rolland, Mimi Zweig and my own teachers Alexander Neinski (Bulagaria), Barbara Hustis, Chauncey Patterson, Patricia McCarty and the great musicians I have had the privilege to work with along the way.

Founded and directed by Jeyanthi Ghatraju, Natyanjali is a 22-yr old institution teaching and performing the Indian classical dance, Bharatanatyam. Their mission is to perform for the under-privileged and the seniors and elderly that cannot travel to watch performances. Jeyanthi has been teaching at the church for the past many years and has performed at the Interfaith Thanks Giving Program at the sanctuary a couple of years ago. Group classes are conducted at the church on a weekly basis, private lessons are also available. All ages are welcome.

Jeyanthi and her institution are affiliated to Alagappa Performing Arts Academy, Alagappa University, Karaikudi, India offering Certificate, Diploma and Degree programs in Performing Arts; 16 students have completed their arangetrams (solo debut), 18 graduated Certificate Program and one with a Diploma in Performing Arts.

Contact info: / / (978)-328-8893

Fingers And Paws Dog Training at St. Mark’s – specialized seminars for people with dogs that are bringing a child into their lives or have young children and dogs. Humans only (sorry, pups!). See Seminars at or call 978-496-7289 to talk to Lisa Bert, CPDT-KA, KPA CTP, dog trainer and parent educator.

Williams Hall