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St. Mark’s is a vibrant, growing, inclusive community rooted in our shared baptismal covenant and secure in the promise that baptism marks us as Christ’s own forever. We invite you to browse our website to discover a little bit about who we are.

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Lenten Taize Service Wednesday, February 17, 7:00 p.m.

Join youth from St. Mark's and other Glen Ellyn churches for a Taize service of prayer and meditation.  Wednesday, February 17, 7:00 p.m. Continue Reading …

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Lent at St. Mark’s 2016

Lent is the period of 40 days, excluding Sundays, which begins on Ash Wednesday and concludes with the Easter Triduum (Maundy Thursday through Easter Day). It is a time of personal examination, of recalling the Easter story and contemplating its meaning. For more information, click full article or see the PostMark newsletter. Tuesday February 9 Shrove Tuesday / Martes de Continue Reading …

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St. Mark’s Organ 2016 Recital Series

St. Mark's offers a unique opportunity over the next few months, a rare and truly special offering. Four of the world’s leading concert organists will put our newly completed pipe organ through its paces in recitals scheduled for February, March, April and June.  These individuals are among the very best performers available, and each concert will be sure to impress, delight, and amaze each and Continue Reading …

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British Organist, David Briggs performs 7:30 p.m., Feb. 26

A gala opening concert in the St. Mark's Organ Recital Series will be on Friday night, February 26 at 7:30 pm.  Mr. David Briggs, a British organist currently in residence at St. James Anglican Cathedral in Toronto will play a program that is sure to amaze everyone.   Mr. Briggs has built a reputation as an exciting performer and communicator, with particular emphasis on orchestral transcriptions Continue Reading …

Women’s Ministries: Letting Go of Regret on February 11, 2016

Letting Go of Regret Thursday, February 11 9:30-11 a.m. in the library at St. Mark’s. Author (and the ever ebullient) Michelle Van Loon will talk about finding freedom from disappointment and how to find joy again after losses big or small. Childcare available. Continue Reading …

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Trinity Institute 2016: Listen for A Change Sacred Conversations for Racial Justice

St. Mark's in Glen Ellyn will be one of the partner sites for Trinity Institute's conference on racism called "Listen for a Change." Over three days, there are seven key speakers and panels. This is open to the entire community.  To help us plan, we are asking that people sign up for the various webcasts HERE. Racism is a cancer in our society.  Defeating it is a marathon, not a sprint.  We Continue Reading …

Our Church

Conoce sobre la Parroquia Episcopal de San Marcos en Glen Ellyn

Santa Eucaristía Domingos: Ingles: 8 a.m. 9:15 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Español: 1:00 PM. Durante la semana Inglés: 12:00 PM todos los miércoles. Conoce un poco sobre nosotros ESL Inglés como Segunda Lengua El ministerio de ESL sirve el objetivo de enseñar a la gente, habilidades básicas de inglés. Un objetivo secundario es para construir una comunidad y reducir las Continue Reading …