St. Mark's Rector, Father Gary Jackson
Welcome to St. Mark’s Episcopal Community, a Church and an Academy, working together to proclaim God’s love in learning, word and sacrament.
Established in 1878, St. Mark’s Episcopal Church
is a beautiful, historic parish, filled with love, tradition, scripture, prayer, and fellowship. We are a member of the Episcopal Diocese of Central Florida, The Episcopal Church U.S.A., and centered on common worship and prayer as found in The Book of Common Prayer.
Our parishioners serve God and our neighbors in many ways. From preparing the Altar to feeding the homeless, from visiting the sick to singing hymns of praise, from assisting the priest at the Altar to preparing and serving refreshments for church fellowship, we live out the acts of service our Lord commanded us to do.
There are a variety of opportunities for you to grow in love of God, serve others, and to develop supportive friendships. Seeking spiritual growth is an important aspect of our worship. Through weekly bible study, book discussions, and Wednesday evening educational programs, our parishioners explore, enhance, and deepen their faith.
We invite you to join us.
Please call our parish office at
321-636-3781 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Season After PENTECOST
The ALTAR AND CHAPEL FLOWERS are given to the Glory of God, and in loving memory of Bailey, by Jamye Rainwater.
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A beautiful way to glorify God, and honor a loved one or to give thanks for an answered prayer, is to make a contribution for altar or chapel flowers or the sanctuary candle. $25 per arrangement and $10 for the candle.
Thank you for wearing your name tag.
PREFER ONLINE GIVING?
It is available for St. Mark's via Realm. Click the button
or text lions to 73256, followed by the gift amount to give online via text.
You may also use online bill pay to have your financial institution send a check to St. Mark's. Thank you!
Volunteers are needed to join the counting teams. If you would like to learn more about the duties involved, please contact Liz Schorr.
Looking for people to JOIN THE USHER CORP: We are in need of more people that would like to serve the church in a unique way. Training will be provided and with the Covid service format the duties have been revamped. If you are interested contact Libby Clark:
GRIEF COUNSELING is available. Call certified grief counselor, Lou Prudhomme at 218-590-7763.
SMILE AND HELP ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL ACADEMY: AmazonSmile is a simple way to support them every time you shop, at no cost to you. Shop at smile.amazon.com, select St Marks Church Foundation Trust and Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to St. Mark's Episcopal Academy.
PRAYER LIST: Look for the Prayer Request Box in the entrance hallway of the church. Simply fill out a prayer request slip and drop it into the box. All prayer requests are utterly confidential. You may still call in critical needs to Susan Phillips:321-459-2669 or the church office: 321-636-3781.If you want Home Communion, please contact Jamye Rainwater.
PRAYER TEAM: If you want to join the Team, please contact Carolyn at the church office: email@example.com or 321-636-3781.
O God of peace, you have taught us that in returning and rest we shall be saved, in quietness and confidence shall be our strength as we pray through Christ our Lord.
Historic Cocoa Village Association Tour
St. Mark's is part of the Historic Cocoa Village Association Historical Tour.
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