At St. Mark's, community involvement is one of our defining characteristics. Another being our welcoming outlook toward newcomers. We like to do things together, and although we don't have the many groups that were active in the mid-1950's, parishioners enjoy each other's company in worship and social activities.
Raising funds to promote the work of the church has always been necessary and the early church had some ingenious ways of doing this: pew rentals and "Cent-A-Meal" were two of these. Today, we rely on contributions from our members and the Pancake Suppers, Bake Sales, Beans to Go and musical endeavours like the Jubilate Choir in December. These activities aid in sustaining the mission and ministry of St. Mark's in the North End.
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