Pastoral Care

The Pastoral Care Committee seeks to fulfill the promise made in the Baptismal Covenant to “seek and serve Christ in all persons, loving your neighbor as yourself.”

Community and clergy members at St. Mark’s provide support and presence to those experiencing difficulty, loss, or transition, whether in our own parish or in the wider community. The Pastoral Care Committee strives to serve others for the sake of God’s love and a better world. 

Hospital or Home visits

In-person visits are important to provide comfort, to talk or to pray, and to administer the Eucharist in some cases. Unfortunately, the availability of in-person visits varies frequently at this time due to public health concerns, but please be in contact anyway to hear the latest guidelines for visits and to access other forms of help and support. Be in touch by filling out the form below or contacting Joyce Fletcher directly with details.

Meals Ministry

Friends and neighbors often like to gift each other with homemade or store-bought meals delivered to those who can use a little extra help, either in sickness or on happier occasions like new babies. If you’d like to request meals for yourself or a friend or would like to volunteer to make meals for others, fill out the form below or contact Kristina Roth or Jesse Commo directly.

Prayer LIST

Parish prayer providers meet once a month, and prayer requests are added to their lists as soon as they are received. Your prayer providers are committed to praying for you every day and they consider it a privilege to be called to this ministry. If you or someone you care about is in need of intercessory prayer, please fill out the form below or contact George Smith  If you are interested in finding out what a prayer provider does, please contact May Anstee.