St Mark's Nave

St Mark’s—Islip, New York  - Serving the Lord Since 1847

Making Christ Known with Love

All are Welcome, and Visitors are Expected

           Thank You for visiting our WEB Site.  We are glad you came.

 

         Welcome to St Mark’s.  I do hope that you will come and visit us in person. As followers of Christ, within the Anglican tradition, we strive to build up a loving community that will be a beacon of love and hope to our world.

         We are a diverse and friendly congregation and try to welcome everyone as we would welcome Jesus. Join us as we reach out in joy into the world and in the name of Jesus to be of help to others. We take our ministry seriously, but always keep a good sense of humor about ourselves.

         Come and see.  Come and Visit. Come and participate in our worship and fellowship.  We have regular activities for everyone.

 

God’s blessings to You and Yours.

 

Yours in Christ,

The Very Rev. Richard E. Simpson

Rector

Easter at St Mark’s 2014

St. Mark’s

754 Montauk Highway

Islip , New York, 11751

631-581-4950

 

The Very Rev. Richard E Simpson, Rector

The Rev. Lauren McLeavey, Curate

The Rev. Gail Kertland Deacon of the Atlantic

 

The Episcopal Diocese of Long Island

The Rt. Rev. Lawrence Provenzano, Bishop

 

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The Great 50 Days of Easter

 

The Celebration of Jesus Resurrection is more than one day. Yes Easter Day, Jesus’ Passover, is a day of great solemnity, but the Season of Easter should also be kept. It is 50 days long, because the scriptures tells us that after his resurrection Jesus appeared to his Disciples for 50 days.  After than time Jesus ascends back to the Father and then sends his promised gift of the Holy Sprit.

 

The Fast and our Lenten Observances have ended.  With Joy and Gladness keep this feast.  Rejoice for in Jesus new and renewed life is upon us.

 

John 3:16

16 “For hGod so loved ithe world,9 jthat he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not kperish but have eternal life.

 

MID WEEK WORSHIP

Thursdays at 9:00am in All Souls’ Chapel, is a Guitar Mass with a Litany of Healing and a homily.

 

SATURDAYS

Saturdays at 5:00pm we have a spoken Mass with Sermon.

 

SUNDAYS

Sundays at 8:00am we have a traditional Rite One Mass with an Entrance Hymn and Sermon.

Sundays at 9:15am we have a sung Rite Two Mass with Sermon and our St. Mark’s Choir. At least once a month we try to have our Sunday School Children sing in Church as well.

St Mark’s Worship

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Easter

 

Death No Longer Has Dominion over us.

As Christ was raised from the Dead

So will all who believe in Jesus be

raised to new life, now and the in a age to come.

 

Let the Alleluias begin!

 

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