St Mark's Episcopal Church
St. Mark’s is a progressive faith community centered in worship, inclusive to all, active in loving service and generous with the gifts that God has given us. Through our practices of worship, welcome, nurture, service and giving we are becoming a community and growing in intimacy with God. The things we really desire cannot be bought but must be lovingly crafted through relationships. Together we are blessed to be making something beautiful for God in our neighborhood.
We have a strong ministry to children, not only those who are members of our congregation but also those in our neighborhood through St. Mark's Montessori School, our primary outreach ministry. Its serves children ages 18 months to 6 years old. We strive to be good stewards of God's creation and have established New Energy @ St. Mark's Solar Project, the first of its kind in our Diocese. We are home to the New Mexico School of Sacred Arts, which has created the beautiful icons in our nave, and we also sponsor a Sacred Arts Gallery. We serve our neighbors by providing meeting space for many community groups.
There are many ways in which someone might be called to serve here at St. Mark's. We have many volunteer opportunities, ranging from celebration committees, office volunteers, ushers, hospitality ministry, and more.
St. Mark’s Ministry for Human Rights and Social Justice
Discusses and participates in public events that address Human Rights and Social Justice.
St. Martin’s Hospitality Center
Provides breakfast for 200-300 homeless every two months
Email Intercessory Prayer Team
Connects parishioners who intentionally pray for others with those who request spiritual intervention.
Provides healing to parishioners once a month at Sunday worship and trains parishioners as healers.
New Mexico School of Sacred Arts
Gives classes in iconography year-round.
Sacred Arts Gallery
Displays community artists’ work in parish hall, provides meeting space for local artists, generates income for parish.
A monthly luncheon and Eucharist for retired parishioners.
Provides religious education opportunities for men, fosters fellowship among male parishioners.
Take Them A Meal
Networks with parishioners who agree to cook a meal/s for members in need of some temporary support.
Organizes large parish fundraisers and parties.
Welcomes all every Sunday, plans newcomer events, advises on communications that target potential and new members.
431 Richmond Pl NE
Albuquerque, NM 87106-2150