Table of Contents
- Welcome Home!
- Calendar for this month
- Description & Schedule of Services
- Directions to St. Mark's
- Contact Us
- Mission & Vision Statements
- Officers and Vestry
- Meet the Rector
- Parish Ministries
- Other Church Organizations
- Favorite Links
- Calendars by year
- Photo Galleries
- About St. Mark's Episcopal Church
Sunday services are held at 8:00 and 10:00 AM.
Visitors, including children, are always welcome in worship at St. Mark's!
All baptized persons are invited to join us in the Sacrament of Christ's Body and Blood.
The Rector, Officers, and Vestry, and especially the friendly people in the pews, all welcome you to St. Mark's Episcopal Church in the town of Groton, village of Mystic.
Whether you live in the Groton, Connecticut region, are visiting the Mystic area, have moved to Southeastern Connecticut, or are looking for a church home, please join us at St. Mark's Episcopal Church for Sunday worship and other activities! The current calendar lists events happening this month.
During Lent this year you are welcome to join us for Lenten Soup Suppers any Wednesday evening at 6:00 PM.
The Clay Memorial Lectern was dedicated on March 15, 2015 at both services.
In 2015 Palm Sunday is March 29; Good Friday is April 3; and Easter Sunday is April 5. You are welcome at any time!
Please be sure to check the calendar for this month to see of all the scheduled activities.
Please join us on the Groton side of the Mystic River and enjoy a warm, friendly welcome!
St. Mark's Episcopal Church is located in historic downtown Mystic, Connecticut. Located on the banks of the Mystic River, in the towns Groton and Stonington, Mystic was originally a major shipbuilding center. St. Mark's is minutes from world-class attractions for the whole family, such as Mystic Seaport Museum. Mystic Seaport will transport you back to another era, when wooden ships with canvas sails provided the only means of transporting goods over the oceans. Less than six minutes away, Mystic Aquarium is much more than just tanks of fish. At Mystic Aquarium you will see Beluga whales, Stellar sea lions, and North African penguins. As a centerpiece of southeastern Connecticut, downtown Mystic is known for its unique shops, restaurants, and art galleries. Everywhere you turn you will see the kind of scenic beauty that takes your breath away.
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Please feel free to contact us with prayer requests or for further information.
Any suggestions you have for improving this Web Site would be appreciated! Please contact Ernest Adams, St. Mark's WebMaster.
St. Mark's Episcopal Church
15 Pearl Street
Mystic, CT 06355 USA
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