June 17, 2019

 

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Holy Eucharist

Sunday  10am Worship with Fellowship to follow

please note that while repairs are made to the church building - all services and meetings will occur in the Parish Hall

 

ELECTRONIC DONATIONS AND PLEDGES

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OFFICE HOURS

Currently there are no office hours for St. Mark's on the Hill.  Please email us at office@stmarksonthehill.org or call us at 410-486-3016 and leave a message that we will follow-up on.


 

Parish Hall Available for Rent

 

Our parish hall space, complete with dance space and stage for DJ, band or singers, has a capacity for 100 people with tables and chairs included.  It is an excellent value for family celebrations, wedding receptions, etc.  Located off of I-695, exit 20 Pikesville.  Call 410-486-3016 and leave a message and we will get back to you as soon as possible!


 

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UPCOMING EVENTS

April 9, and April 16 - Simple Supper and Shared Stories starting at 6:30pm each night


April 14 at 10am - Palm Sunday Service

 

April 18 at 6pm - Maundy Thursday Service

 

April 19 at 7pm - Good Friday Service

 

April 21 at 10am - Easter Eucharist with Egg Hunt to follow!

 

 

        

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