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Welcome to St. Mark's Episcopal Church, New Britain, Connecticut!

Sunday services are planned to be held in-person at 10 am, at

90 Main Street in the Erwin Chapel.

The service will also be available on Zoom.

For the on-line service, please click: Here.

Please enter via the parking lot door.


Dear Faithful of St. Mark's:


             This Sunday we welcome to St. Mark's our Regional Missionary, Maggie Breen. Father Pace will be our celebrant and homilist, but Maggie will be joining us for our regular coffee time following services to discuss all issues regional. This meeting is especially timely for us as the following Sunday (October 2) we commence our visiting of local parishes with an eye to merging. Maggie, obviously, is very familiar with all the parishes in our area and should be able to provide valuable insights. I hope as many as possible will join us for this important conversation in Cooper Hall following our services on Sunday.

On October 2 we will be celebrating the Eucharist with the community of St. James in Farmington. Please remember that on the visitation Sundays we will not be having services at 90 Main, although remote participation will be available for those who cannot attend in person.

Two things, in particular, need to be noted. The first is that the time of the services at the parishes we will be visiting varies. The service at St. James, for instance, starts at 10:15 a.m. The second thing to keep in mind is that on the Sunday following our visit to any parish, the visit will be the focus of our conversation during coffee time the following Sunday at 90 Main Street.

We are in transition! That is unsettling for everyone, but change is more difficult for some than for others. In all of this, besides God's presence with us, there is something else that is



Nothing is going to happen fast! Holding one's breath is not recommended.


Sincerely in Our Lord,


Stephen Hard
Junior Warden


For Thursday Night Group (TNG) meetings, please click: Here.



  "Open to God's love, serving our neighbor"