Parish Photo Directory Sign-Up

St. Mark's parishioners are invited to sign up to have their portrait photographs taken in January!  Below are the dates for appointments.  Times are given on the website that you can link to below...

Friday, Jan. 2;     Saturday, Jan. 3;     Tuesday, Jan. 6;     Wednesday, Jan. 7;     Thursday, Jan. 8;

Friday, Jan. 9;     Saturday, Jan. 10;    Tuesday, Jan. 13;     Wednesday, Jan. 14;     Thursday, Jan. 15

Each household that has their photo taken will receive a free 8x10” photo and a free photo directory!  To sign-up by phone for a photo appointment, call Renee during parish office hours at 796-1604.  Or... on this icon to access the website where you can sign up:

Parish Photo Directory

Please note that website sign-up is disabled on weekends when the manual sign-up sheets are in the back of church (both cannot be used at the same time...).

Also, greeters are needed on the days of photos being taken.  Two persons will man the front table as greeters where families/households check in.  Greeters will work for four-hour periods.  The sign-up sheet is in the back of church.  You can call Angie McCoy with questions about greeters at 304-5918.

First Sunday of Lent

"The French spiritual writer Simone Weil said that the core of the Christian life is waiting, watching, expecting. We cannot save ourselves, but we can look with rapt attention to the one who can. In this sense, we are, permanently, an Advent people."

Gospel: Mark 13: 33-37


Please pick up your Stewardship Forms on the tables in the back of church if you have not done so.

The forms are to be returned the weekend of November 29th and 30th.  Thank you.

Daily Server List

The new schedule is posted for daily servers.  Please view the parish website under the heading News and then Ministry Schedules for a list of when your son is scheduled to serve daily Mass.  Thank you.

( During Sunday's Angelus, Pope Francis reflected on the parable of the talents, where God gives every person gifts, that are meant to be put to good use.

"Talents are the heritage God trusts us with. Which heritage? His Word, His Eucharist, Faith in God the Father, His forgiveness... So many things. His greatest treasures. Jesus doesn't ask us to keep His grace in a safety box. None of that. He wants us to use it to help others”


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