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Our Core Values

St. Mark’s is a community of believers who express our love for God by welcoming everyone, serving our community, and celebrating our Episcopal worship.

We Love God

We Love God

St. Mark's is a community of people who believe in the power of God's love as expressed through God's son, Jesus Christ.

We Love each other

We Love Each Other

Our love for God compels us to love and welcome others with open arms – regardless of age, ethnicity, sexual orientation or social status.

We Love our Community

We Love Our Community

Our love for God compels us to serve our community by being active in service to those in need.

We Love our Faith

We Love Our Faith

We celebrate our love for God, for each other and for our community through Episcopal worship that keeps us grounded in our faith.

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The church must insist that the public policy and public practice of the US be measured against covenantal requirements of neighborly justice, mercy, and generosity. 

Such a society might be expected to organize is life and its resources around the shared destiny of haves and have nots.  For as far back as the tradition of Deuteronomy, the notion of "chosenness" had to do with attentiveness to needy neighbors.  If the "year of remission" in Deuteronomy 15: 1-18 is central to who Israel was as a chosen people, then even its own economy was subordinate to its obligations to its neighbors.  Likewise today, the church's challenge is to summon civil society to its best self.  Walter Brueggemann, Out of Babylon 

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