St. Mark's Cares
Volunteers organize and serve receptions for bereaved families gathering for funerals and memorial services at St. Mark's.
On-the-go volunteers who bring small necessities to those who cannot otherwise get out on their own.
EV's take Holy Communion to the homebound and sick on Sunday's. Periodic classes and hands-on training are held.
Volunteers deliver the altar flowers to hospital patients after Sunday.
Good Samaritan Ministries
"Handymen" who are available to help disabled or physically-challenged parishioners with minor home repairs.
Hosts serve coffee and goodies Sundays after the 8:00 am or 10:00 am services. Early service sets up; late service cleans up. Two people are needed for each service. Time required for each service is one hour.
Sunday morning coffe hour shoppers pick up supplies on Saturday and make sure all coffeepots are ready for Sunday. One person required per weekend. Time required in half an hour.
Dedicated servants who prepare and deliver meals to those households where an individual is recovering from surgery, illness, or injury.
St. Mark's Shepherds
Trained volunteers who keep in touch with members of the congregation. Shepherds reach out to families in their charge to check-in and see how St. Mark's can be of service to them. Throughout the year, if a situation arises, congregants can reach out to the Shepherd to receive the care and support they need. Shepherds are the conduit between individuals and all the St. Mark's has to offer.
Compassionate individuals responsible for governing the church.