Please contact the church office if you are interested in any of these fellowship opportunities.

Created by God we are called to devote ourselves to the teachings of Jesus Christ, to worship the Lord and experience him through Holy Communion, to spend time with the Lord prayerfully and to be in fellowship with one another.  St. Mark’s provides a variety of opportunities to be in fellowship with others, of all ages, and we invite you to be a part of our many activities and events designed to strengthen our relationships with one another!

 

Breaking Bread 

Fellowship groups of about 6 to 8 people will meet four times over a four-month period to share a simple meal, to pray briefly the Litany of Reconciliation, and to spend time becoming better acquainted. Get to know and understand members of our community, old and new, by breaking bread together and enjoying fellowship!

  

Daughters of the King

    Fourth Tuesday of each month, 6:00 pm. DOK is an order for women of the Episcopal Church, churches in communion with it, or church in the Historic Episcopate. By reaffirmation of the promises made at Baptism and Confirmation, a daughter pledges herself to a life of prayer, service and evangelism, dedicated to the spread of Christ's Kingdom and the strengthening of the church spiritual life.  Click Here for meeting minutes.  Click DOK logo for national website.

     

     

    Episcopal Church Women

      All women who attend St. Mark's are members. The ECW welcomes newcomers to St. Mark's, plan social activities for and contributes to local charities of special interest to women. An annual bazaar is held in November to raise funds enabling needed St. Mark's items to be purchased.  Click Here for additional information and calendar.

       

      Mark's Men

        Meets Wednesdays, 7:30 am. This group of men spends time in prayer, fellowship and mutual support. The group is always looking for a few more good men!


        MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers)

        St. Mark’s Episcopal Church’s MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) is open to moms with infant, preschool and kindergarten age children in the local community. St. Mark’s membership is not required to participate. MOPS offers community, mothering support and encouragement to mothers of young children. The program provides an open, caring and accepting atmosphere where woman can come together to share with each other about mothering. Quality childcare is provided for all moms. MOPS gives moms a much needed break and opportunity to meet new friends and spend quality time with other mothers to know they are not alone in the struggles and joys of raising young children.

         

        Needlework Guild

          The mission of this ministry is to glorify God through the use of our artistic talents and to share fellowship with Church and Community members who have an interest in needlework.

          Office Volunteers

            A friendly group who assemble newsletters and service bulletins and assist with other office tasks.

            St. Mark's Quilters

              Quilts go to Palm Beach County agencies for children who are in hospitals, foster homes, and shelters. Beginners are welcome!

              Supper Groups

                Also known as Foyer Groups, is a group of 6-8 people who gather for a common meal at homes of the group's members. Purpose is to get to know each other while "breaking bread" together. The gatherings are informal and brief, generally no more than two hours. A special way to enjoy fellowship and get to know fellow members in a deeper, more Christian fashion.