News & Announcements

Holy Week Worship Services

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Holy Week begins with Palm Sunday on March 29. There will be a Eucharist every evening Monday-Wednesday at 5:30. On Maundy Thursday the service will be at 6:30, followed by an all night vigil. Continue reading

Tenebrae Sunday, March 29 at 5:00

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Saint Mark’s Church will present the liturgy of Tenebrae on the evening of Palm Sunday March 29, beginning at 5:00. This ancient service (Tenebrae means darkness) is a dramatic liturgy of psalmody, readings and other music during which the church is gradually darkened until…  Continue Reading »

Mission Trip to Guatemala After Easter

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There are 27 people from Saint Mark’s and St. Peter’s, Conway, ready to leave on a medical mission trip April 11. Of these folks, there are 4 physicians, 2 physician assistants, 1 RN, 2 surgical techs, 2 priests and a variety of other occupations….  Continue Reading »

Develop a Rule for Life: New Christian Formation Class

Come join the forum as we learn to develop a Rule of Life that honors our unique core values, supports giving time in our life to things that feed us, and finally leads us to develop our own personal rule…  Continue Reading »

Tour the Food Bank March 19

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On Thursday, March 19, at noon, St. Mark’s and friends are invited to take a tour of the AR Food Bank. You may join the group at the Food Bank warehouse or meet at the church at 11:30 to ride…  Continue Reading »

Third Sunday at Three Celebrates St. Patrick March 15

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The Third Sunday at Three series continues on March 15, at 3:00 in the church with a celebration of all “tings” Irish. Tim Allen will be joined by Christine Westhoff and other friends as we toast St. Patrick. The reception that follows will include…  Continue Reading »

Lectio Divina Workshop March 7

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Lectio Divina is a way of praying with Scripture.  It is a means of listening to the word of God in Scripture and a traditional way of cultivating friendship with Christ.  In Lectio Divina, one listens to the texts of…  Continue Reading »