St. Mark’s Episcopal Church is committed to the women of the parish. In partnership with our parish life and adult formation committees – as well as in the context of programs designed exclusively for women – women’s ministries connects and empowers the women of St. Mark’s as leaders, parents, and believers.
We provide opportunities by which women develop abiding and life-giving friendships as we reach out with Christ’s love to one another and to the wider world.
At St. Marks, there is something for every woman. We warmly invite you to explore our ministry, learn about our programs, and join in the fun.
Find a list of upcoming programs here: WIT Spring Schedule 2017.
Women’s of St. Mark’s mark your calendars for three upcoming fall events:
How Our Holy Celebrations Shape Our Faith
Friday, November 11 from 9:30-11 a.m. in the library at St. Mark’s
Author Michelle Van Loon, who spoke powerfully to us last year on regret will speak on her new book, Moments & Days: How Our Holy Celebrations Shape Our Faith. From the book description: “By introducing (and reintroducing) us to the feasts and festivals of the Bible, as well as the special celebrations of the Christian calendar, Moments and Days restores a sacred sense of time throughout our year, enriching our experience of each “holy day” and enlivening our experience of even the most “ordinary time.” Childcare is available.
What My Parishioners Tell Me
Friday, December 9 from 9:30-11 a.m. in the library at St. Mark’s
Rev. Tracey Bianchi returns to WIT to share what she has learned from her parishioners over the course of her career as a member of the clergy. What are women’s most pressing emotional and spiritual needs? How can we better love one another in our community? Come for a candid, eye-opening discussion. Childcare is available.
Annual Ornament Exchange
Monday, December 12 at 7 p.m. in Mahon Hall
Contact Patty Weaver at email@example.com for more information on this (always favorite) event!
Meet the Women in Touch (WIT) Steering Committee:
Jennifer Grant, chair;
Karen Evans, pastoral care;
Susan Shorney, communications;
Kristin Margaglione, childcare coordinator;
Jen Chavez and Lucia Conrado, advisors.