December 15, 2018

 

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Holy Eucharist

Sunday  10am Worship with Fellowship to follow

please note that while repairs are made to the church building - all services and meetings will occur in the Parish Hall

 

OFFICE HOURS

Currently there are no office hours for St. Mark's on the Hill.  Please email us at office@stmarksonthehill.org or call us at 410-486-3016 and leave a message that we will follow-up on.


 

Parish Hall Available for Rent

 

Our parish hall space, complete with dance space and stage for DJ, band or singers, has a capacity for 100 people with tables and chairs included.  It is an excellent value for family celebrations, wedding receptions, etc.  Located off of I-695, exit 20 Pikesville.  Call 410-486-3016 and leave a message and we will get back to you as soon as possible!


 

Visiting for the first time?

Go to our Newcomers page and find out what to expect when you join us for worship.

 

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UPCOMING EVENTS

December 14—Candlelit Taize Service at 7pm


December 15 - Holiday Sip and Paint Fundraiser, $35 per person, email eventsatsmoth@gmail.com for more information


December 22 - Holiday Food Basket Pick-up for patrons of the St. Mark's on the Hill Food Pantry 10am-1pm (or while supplies last)

 

December 24 - Christmas Eve Eucharist at 8pm

 

December 31 - New Year's Eve Bash from 9pm-12:30am.  email eventsatsmoth@gmail.com for more information ($65 per person)

 

        

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Who We Are


The community of Christians at St. Mark's on the Hill Episcopal Church welcome all persons who seek Christ, no exceptions. 

 

From the outside, our church building has all the historic charm of the 1920's Gothic revival.  The stone structures quarried here in Maryland echo the Holy Churches of the English countryside.  

 

On the inside, our church community is a progressive example of the Episcopal Church as a global village.  The congregation hails from Africa, the Caribbean, Central America, and all over the United States.  We are a pastoral sized community, averaging about 50-75 people per Sunday.  Our community is growing as more people decide to make St. Mark's their church home. 

 

We seek to be the kind of church that nurtures your relationship with God and challenges you to grow more deeply in your faith.  Gather with us and make the Body of Christ more complete at St. Mark's.