FALL FAMILY FESTIVAL All families welcome! 5:00-7:00PM •Bouncy House •Music •Games •Crafts •Food & Drinks •Face Painting •Raffle Prizes! •Playground</strong> 7:00-8:00PM •”Trunk or Treat” (Children collect treats from the decorated … [Read more…]
Quality programs to help us better understand our faith, our world, and our community 11:45AM Sept 24: Muslims in America As we prepare to launch our Tuesday night lecture series on Islam, Nathan comes to share his perspective as someone who met and worked with both moderate Muslims and extremist Muslims. This Sunday forum is … [Read more…]
3 Mondays, Sept 25-Nov 13, 6PMPM Scripture study of Joseph from the book of Genesis. Jonathan Homrighausen (Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley) returns to help us understand the story of Joseph from a larger interfaith perspective. This study will include the relevant texts from the Torah (the Christians’ “Old Testament”), Midrash (Jewish commentary on the Torah) … [Read more…]
Know Your Neighbor! Muslims in America 3 Tuesdays, 7:00-8:30PM Sept 19: Muslims in America Sept 26: Women in Islam Oct 10: Sharia Law Presented by St. Mark’s Episcopal Church of Santa Clara in partnership with the Islamic Networks Group (ING) of Santa Clara County Location: St. Mark’s Community Center
St. Mark’s offers monthly programs in cooperation with Bay Area Older Adults (BAOA) that are focused on helping our community maintain physical and emotional well-being. Upcoming dates: Tuesdays at 11am: April 11: Health Care Planning May 9: Stress Reduction Please enroll in BAOA classes at bayareaolderadults.org
We have a wonderful chair yoga teacher who leads us through gentle stretching exercises and simple meditations each week. This is a class focused on folks 50+, but anyone is welcome. We ask for a $10/session donation (or $32 for a series of four classes), but no one is turned away.
Fr. Hiller’s blog on the lectionary provides for background notes and comments on what you will hear read on Sunday. Please click here to read his commentary on the scriptures.
Fr. Hiller’s blog on the lectionary provides for background notes and comments on what you will hear read on Sunday. You can click here to read his commentary on the scriptures.