Forms and Links

Pledging

pledgeWe want to make pledging as easy as possible for you.  Simply click the Make Your Pledge button  and email Parish Administrator Karen Blissit with your pledge now.  Thank you for your support of the work of Saint Mark’s!

Baptism

If you, or a family member, are to be baptized at Saint Mark’s, here is the form you’ll need.  Holy Baptism

New Members

Saint Mark’s family is pleased to welcome new members.  To get to know you and your family and help you find your place in the Saint Mark’s family, we have some forms for you to fill out.  Here they are. Membership Info

Pledge Draft Form

Would you like the convenience of having your pledge automatically drafted each month, on the 1st and 15th?  If so, here’s a simple form you may download Bank Draft Form

Confirmation Form

If you wish to be confirmed, here’s what you need to download, complete and return to Saint Mark’s Confirmation

Reception Into the Episcopal Church

If you wish to be received by the Bishop, you may download, complete and return this form to Saint Mark’s Information for Reception or Reaffirmation

Wedding Information
If you have spoken with Saint Mark’s clergy regarding your wedding, and it is booked on the church calendar, here is information you’ll be needing for the big day. Wedding Booklet   WeddingPhotographer letter  Marriage Info Sheet  Holy Matrimony info sheet   Facilities Agreement

Parish Hall Rental

Saint Mark’s rents our facilities for non-profit and non-political events.  Here are the rental policies.  Parish Hall Rental Guidelines

Anglican Communion
http://www.anglicancommunion.org/

Official website of the Worldwide Anglican Communion, comprising over 80 million members in 44 regional and national member churches in over 160 countries.   Contains links to the Archbishop of Canterbury, Lambeth Conference, Primates Meetings, and Anglican Consultative Council.

Daily Office Online
http://www.missionstclare.com/

For more than 500 years, Anglicans have prayed Morning and Evening Prayer using the Daily Office.   Right now people around the world are praying using today’s readings.   This website is a convenient way to join with people in prayer at your own pace.

Diocese of Arkansas
http://www.episcopalarkansas.org/

Episcopal Diocese of Arkansas official home page.  Contact information for churches and clergy throughout the diocese.

Episcopal Cafe
http://www.episcopalcafe.com/

A very cool ministry of the Diocese of Washington that is visually appealing, spiritually enriching, and occasionally amusing where people can read, watch, listen and reflect upon contemporary life.

Episcopal Church USA
http://www.episcopalchurch.org/

The Episcopal Church in the United States.

Episcopal Life Online
http://www.episcopalchurch.org/ens/

News from the Episcopal Church in America and around the world.

Lectionary Page
http://www.lectionarypage.net/

The Lectionary Page contains the scripture readings for both the Revised Common Lectionary “RCL” and the Episcopal Lectionary “ECL.”   St. Mark’s ordinarily uses the RCL readings.  Readings for Lesser Feasts and Fasts are also included.

Theological Education For All
http://www.teforall.org/index.html

A reference tool for all who want to study scripture, learn about church tradition and apply God-given reason to contemporary life.   Here you can put together your own learning plan, explore web reference tools and find out what our seminaries have to offer.

Arkansas Episcopal Cursillo
http://cursillo-arkansas.com

Cursillo is a movement of the church. Its purpose is to help those in the church understand their individual callings to be Christian Leaders.