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9:00 am, Service of the Word
& Sacrament (Holy Communion)
In-person & Zoom


9:00 am Matins, Zoom only


7:00 pm, Vespers, Zoom only

Glastonbury Social Services

Back-to-School Program

This program provides free backpacks & school supplies to eligible Glastonbury children, Kindergarten - 12th grade.

   - New Backpacks
   - $30.00 Target Gift Cards
Drop off donations at Saint Mark or

the Riverfront Community Center,

300 Welles Street.

ALL Worship services

(Sundays & weekdays)

use the same

Zoom Meeting ID

830 1244 7324



1517 2023

In joy, we share Christ's truth.

This is Christ's church, there is a place for you here.

We are the church that shares a living, daring confidence in God's grace.

Liberated by our faith, we embrace you as a whole person--questions, complexities and all.

Join us as we do God's work in Christ's name for the life of the world.

Download worship bulletins

& our newsletter below

Providing food for hungry local families. Make a difference with your donation. Glastonbury's Self-Serve Foodbank is serving clients. Needed are cereal, rice, pasta sauce, baked beans, canned meat, coffee, tea, detergent & dish soap. Please leave your non-perishable donations in the Narthex Missions Nook.

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Wildfires on Maui have claimed over 100 lives & destroyed homes, businesses and lines of communication. Thousands of people have evacuated, some moving to other Hawaiian islands. Wildfires have also affected the Big Island of Hawaii, and all of the islands remain vulnerable to more fires this season.

Lutheran Disaster Response is coordinating with the Pacifica Synod, to work with them, providing for immediate needs & recovery amid the widespread destruction. Lutheran Disaster Response is committed to accompanying recovering communities in the years ahead.

Gifts given to Lutheran Disaster Response equip us to respond to this, & other disasters, whenever and wherever they strike. Gifts given specifically to "U.S. Wildfires" will be restricted to, and used in full (100%) for those affected by wildfires.

Artists' Tea  -  Sunday, August 13

Two young artists came to share their stories & careers

Elisa Schroth founder, Executive & Artistic Director of Ekklesia Contemporary Ballet, a New Christian Community of Episcopal Church Connecticut, fostering dancers as artist-theologians.

Stephanie Taff, costume artisan & engineer. She works with designers to bring their ideas to life as fully realized, functional garments.

Cuatro Puntos Ensemble & Ekklesia Contemporary Ballet


On June 1, Cuatro Puntos & Ameen Mokdad returned to Saint Mark, featuring Ekklesia Contemporary Ballet, performing music from Ameen's album, The Curve, a soundscape transversing a range of emotions: fear, defeat, hope, and rebirth.  Response from the full audience was highly enthusiastic.

More June 1 pictures & video HERE.

Ameen Mokdad interview on Connecticut Public Radio HERE.

Everyday Spirituality: Discover a Life of Hope, Peace and Meaning, written by

New England Synod bishop

Jim Hazelwood, is the next focus of our Sunday evening Bible Study, beginning April 23. Drop in & check it out!

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ELCA World Hunger is this church’s ministry to end hunger and poverty. Please give now and you can be part of the response as we work creatively and courageously in over 60 countries toward a just world where all are fed.

Your donation will be used where it is needed most within the wider category of each gift you’ve selected. (For example, a gift of vaccinations may be used to support other health care initiatives.)

This allows our church to stay adaptive, flexible and effective in the work that we do. Because we seek to honor your generosity and keep administrative costs low, we do not track individual financial gifts to specific families or locations in the U.S. or abroad.

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