St. Mark's Episcopal Church
A air conditioned and headed handicap accessible facility with emergency generator back up and ample on site parking. St. Mark's has a large mutipurpose room which can easily hold 200, a worship space for 250, a large kitchen with two refrigerators, two large stoves, a chest freezer and a dish sanitizer. We have ample bathrooms, a nursery, two meetings rooms, one of which is a smart classroom with flatscreen TV. A chapel, and three youth education rooms. We also have a thrift store and a large unfinished basement which may be used for emergency storage and distribution of needed goods. The facility is located on 6 acres with a large playground, and open fields as well as tree covered areas. Finally, there is a memorial garden located on site.
Our worship style is flexible and inclusive. The 10am service offers music from multiple different traditions and resources. Children are welcomed into the service and are often seen dancing in front of the altar when the choir is singing of musical offertories are given. We strive to welcome all into a life in Christ.
Habitat circle of faith build. local and international mission work
Church Without Walls Support
Prepare and serve meals at a monthly worship service in Springfield for the homeless and hungry
Nursing Home Outreach
We visit local nursing homes and offer a Eucharist and songs for residents who are not able to leave the facility. Prayer, communion, fellowship, and love are offered to those who are far too often forgotten.
Habitat for Humanity Circle of Faith Build
Partnering with Habitat for Humanity and other area faith communities we are in the process of building a home for a family in 2016 and 2017.
Food Ingathering for the Open Pantry
We ingather food for the emergency food pantry on a weekly basis as part of our ongoing commitment to fight hunger and bring the good news to those in need.
We seek, through the J2A and Rite 13 curriculum, to raise up youth of faith who have experienced the living power of God and find this Episcopal way to be their own.
A team of laity and clergy who visit the sick, the lonely and the suffering and seek to bring the presence and peace of Christ into their midst.
1 Porter Rd
East Longmeadow, MA 01028-1348