Want to connect?

We live in a troubled and uncertain world. Which is exactly why we need connections with each other to stay grounded and hope-filled. 

At St. Mark's, we gather to study and to play. Our adult programs include a wide range of options, from Bible studies to growth groups, from fun outings to service projects, from women's circles to our volunteer teams.

What are your special interests? Your passion can find a place here.  Explore the options and fit what fits for you.


    Adult Bible Study, Wednesdays, 10 a.m.

    The Adult Study group focuses on a variety of Bible texts, inspirational books, and seasonal reflections. Our group leaders provide leadership, and the group is open to anyone who would like to join, at any time. The group meets in the Community Room and is also available via Zoom by clicking on this link.  All are welcome!

  • SMALL GROUP opportunities

    Adult Fellowship: monthly group that offers outings & social gatherings for older adults

    Women's Circles: small groups for women that provide opportunities to connect on a personal level

    Lydia's Piecemakers: bi-monthly group for people who enjoy quilting, the camaraderie of working together, and the making quilts to give to people in need in our community and to refugees around the world


    From Bingo to Karaoke nights, from pancake breakfasts to outdoor food vendors, from social outings to "family fun" food and games during the summer . . . throughout the year, St. Mark's people love to get together and have fun! Sign up to get the weekly news in your inbox to be notified of upcoming events.


    Lion's Voice Choir: Our vocal choir is a rich part of our worship services and all of the church festivals and holiday services. They uphold the tradition of sacred choral music, but also explore lively, contemporary praise. Their singing enriches our spiritual life together and invites us to new expressions of our faith.

    Glory Ringers Handbell Choir: St. Mark's has a long tradition of handbell choirs and is privileged to own 65 bells (covering 5 octaves) plus 93 choir chimes. Rining the bells is especially well-suited to those who can read notes and rhythm on either treble or bass clef, or are pianistically inclined. If you are new to bell choir, don’t hesitate to reach out, we will help you learn to ring.


    Hesed House: Join the crew to serve dinner bi-monthly at PADS Overnight Emergency Shelter.

    Aurora Interfaith Food Pantry: Help stock the shelves at the Food Pantry two times a month.

    Dominican Literacy Center: Tutor women learning to read and write English. 

    McCleery Elementary School: Mentor a student at McCleery.

    The Neighbor Project: Join a work day project to help prep a home for new residents.

    ESSE at St. Mark's: Volunteer to offer companionship and entertainment to seniors.

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