1st Sunday Breakfast

St. Mark's Episcopal Church 207 N. Greenwood St., LaGrange

Reading Group

St. Mark's Episcopal Church 207 N. Greenwood St., LaGrange

Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry by Rachel Joyce

Evening Worship (Streamed via Facebook Live)

St. Mark's Episcopal Church 207 N. Greenwood St., LaGrange

Temporarily available via Facebook Live: https://www.facebook.com/stmarkslg/ Weekly evening worship, most often Celtic Eucharist.  Sometimes lay-led Celtic Evening prayer.  The focus on the goodness of God's creation gives this 15-20 minute service its Celtic identity.  

Holy Eucharist

St. Mark's Episcopal Church 207 N. Greenwood St., LaGrange

10:30 service features choral music, hymns, scripture, prayers, a sermon, and short children's moment, concluding with Holy Communion

Reading Group

St. Mark's Episcopal Church 207 N. Greenwood St., LaGrange

A Fatal Grace  by Louise Penny 

Community Meditation (Postponed until safe to meet)

St. Mark's Episcopal Church 207 N. Greenwood St., LaGrange

Free to all. Monetary donations to Meal on Wheels accepted. Check out resources available for free during the Covid-19 pandemic here.

Evening Worship (Online via Facebook or YouTube)

St. Mark's Episcopal Church 207 N. Greenwood St., LaGrange

Temporarily available via Facebook  or YouTube. Weekly evening worship, most often Celtic Eucharist.  Sometimes lay-led Celtic Evening prayer.  The focus on the goodness of God's creation gives this 15-20 minute service its Celtic identity.    

Morning Prayer via Facebook or YouTube

St. Mark's Episcopal Church 207 N. Greenwood St., LaGrange

10:30 service of Morning Prayer  temporarily available via Facebook  or YouTube. Join the live event at 10:30 Sunday, or watch the earlier events archived from previous services. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to help open up more options for our recordings. Hope to see you there!

Monday Discussion Group (postponed until safe to meet)

St. Mark's Episcopal Church 207 N. Greenwood St., LaGrange

Held the first Monday of every month, this Discussion Group has been meeting at St. Mark’s for almost 20 years, typically discussing aspects of the spiritual or sacred nature of things. For more information, contact daleallen80@gmail.com. Join us in the church library for some lively, thought-provoking conversation.

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