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"Open to God's Love -

Serving Our Neighbor"

St. Mark's is an Open Door Episcopal Church inviting all people, through Word and Sacrament, to reach out and seek and serve Christ in all people.

WELCOME TO ST. MARK'S!

 Sunday Services and Christian Education

  7:45 a.m.       Holy Eucharist - A reflective liturgy with sermon 

  9:00 a.m.       Adult Forum

  9:30 a.m.       Church School

10:00 a.m.       Holy Eucharist - With sermon, music and hymns.  

 11:15 a.m.        Coffee and Fellowship Hour

During July and August

7:45 a.m.             Holy Eucharist - A reflective Liturgy with sermon in the Church

9:00 a.m.            Holy Eucharist - outside in the Courtyard (weather permitting)

 

 All baptized Christians are welcome to receive communion.All others are invited to come forward to receive a blessing (arms crossed over the chest indicate this desire.) We want all people to feel a part of this family of Christ here at St. Mark's Church.

 

2017 Lenten Episcopal/Lutheran

Soup and Service Schedule

Dinner at 6 p.m. – Service at 7 p.m.

“Turning Points in Jesus’ Life”

 

March 8th       St. Mark’s Episcopal Church

                            147 West Main St. New Britain

                                  Jesus' Baptism - What began. or turned, for Jesus? What does this mean for us?

 

March 15th     St. Gabriel’s Episcopal Church

                            68 Main St. East Berlin

                                Jesus' rejection at his home synagogue in Nazareth - What does it mean to one who has been   named, circumcised in the Temple, and who belongs completely to the covenant community of Isreal?

 

March 22nd    Prince of Peace Lutheran Church

                            1103 Chamberlain Hwy Kensington

Calling all desciples - A turning first for the disciples but also for Jesus; he is now teacher, metor, guide; publicly leading others into the Kingdom of God.

 

March 29th     St. John’s Lutheran Church

                            295 Arch St. New Britain

Jesus' withdrawals to quiet places - Why? What is turning in these places of solitude?

 

April 5th          First Lutheran Church of the Reformation

                             77 Franklin Sq. New Britain

Jesus' experiences in the mountains - Mt. Tabor where he is transfigured and the Mt. of Olives where he prays in the Garden of Gethsemane.

 

All Are Welcome

 


 Mother Kathleen with the Liturgical Assistants, Acolytes and Choir Members.

   

 St. Nicholas and Mother Kathleen

 

 St. Mark's Episcopal Church
147 West Main St.
New Britain, CT  06052
860-225-7634
Email: Rev. Kathleen Berkowe, Priest-In-Charge: priestincharge@stmarksnewbritain.org
Parish Office:  parishoffice@stmarksnewbritain.org


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