Recent Events


CPR/AED/First-Aid Training

St. Mark's Connection & Outreach team recently hosted a community-wide CPR/AED/First-Aid training session.  Covered were most forms of first-aid, instruction & practice on how to use an Automated Electric Defibrillator,  CPR for adults and infants. The session was facilitated by Nationally-certified instructor and Anne Arundel County Firefighter/EMT, Justin Ray assisted by his wife Meghan who's also a trained instructor.  15 people attended the free training including three St. Mark's Church staff members and three St. Mark's Preschool staff members.  In lieu of compensation, Justin & Meghan asked that a collection be taken and sent to the National Firefighter's Fund.  We are truly grateful to Justin & Meghan for sacrificing an entire Saturday to provide this extensive training.

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Hero Central!

We are having a great time with the kids at Vacation Bible Camp this week.

They are going on awesome adventures alongside some of their favorite Bible
heroes and discovering the qualities that make us truly heroic in God. We are listen to some epic music, learning some spectacular science, making crafty crafts, doing some heroic recreation, not to mention listening to some fantastic Bible stories to help kids (and leaders)
discover their strength in God!

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St. Mark's Rain Garden

St. Mark’s has a great new addition to the property! On July 20th, the church in partnership with the Midshore Riverkeeper Conservancy planted a 240 square foot rain garden. The garden is designed to capture stormwater before it reaches our local rivers. This native rain garden will serve as a great space for birds, butterflies, and other native wildlife. The garden will also protect our rivers from harmful pollutants and improve water quality. We had a great turnout of visitors including church members and some special guests from the YMCA summer camp!
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