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Throughout Lent you will find many opportunities for prayer, reflection, connection and quiet. We invite you to meet Christ in new and fresh ways as you discover and remember that you are indeed, His beloved.

Learn about the development of an Episcopal Commons in Loring Park.








Announcements
The Saintly Smack Down! Lent Madness is nearly here. Learn how to get started!
Pastor Danny Givens, Jr. is the Senior Pastor of Above Every Name Ministries, a young cutting edge congregation in the Twin Cities that prides itself in being a “Church for the People.” An advocate for Racial/Social Justice surrounding the systemic issues Blacks & People of Color face on a daily basis.
The Book Shop features Dean Paul's recommendation for Lenten reading as we contemplate the nature of racism; and a Jewish author gives new insights into Jesus' parables.
Local events of interest to Saint Markans. Upcoming: Winterfest, Affordable Housing Exploration & Chanting Classes in April.
Do you have enough Valentine's Day love to share some with our Sunday Night Supper guests? Please help us serve a hot dinner to our community friends on this holiday.
Collection of informational articles about Saint Mark’s.
3 Summer Camp opportunities for youth of all ages.
Two "old friends" you'll find at the Book Shop include a treasured series of daily meditations and a series of greetings that are both thoughtful and inspiring.
No audition necessary! If you read music and love to sing, you're welcome to join us.
Paul would like to offer some casual time to meet parishioners to get to know folks more personally and learn about their hopes for Saint Mark’s. Sign up online.
There will be a weekday service at 12:15 Monday - Friday.
Manage your pledge and giving online through My St. Mark's.
Upcoming Events
Feb 14, 9:15 am
Led by The Reverend Cynthia Bronson Sweigert

Feb 16, 6 pm
A Common Manor (20 min) was the inaugural Film In The City project - a program that taught filmmaking to Twin Cities homeless youth through workshops and mentorships, culminating in a short film. The program debuted on the big screen in 2014 and was highlighted in season 6 of TPT's MNOriginal series.
(2 hours)

Feb 18, 7 pm
Join us at the Jerusalem Restaurant

Feb 22, 7 pm
This session will be rescheduled at a later date.

Feb 27, 9 am
This program developed by the national Episcopal church helps us create and maintain a nurturing and safe environment for our children and our youth.
(3 hours)
Feb 27, 1 pm
This class offers guidance and standards for all Episcopal communities in our role of keeping all God’s people safe
(2 hours)