The Annual United Thank Offering The Episcopal Church's United Thank Offering is a personal discipline of thanksgiving that supports God's mission throughout the world. The goal of UTO is to give thanks always, everywhere and in all things. St Mark's in-gathering will be held on October 13th. Fill the box with loose change and/or "quiet" money. Checks may be made out to the "Episcopal
Sacred Sites grant for $10,000 awarded to St. Mark's https://www.thebatavian.com/press-release/st-marks-church-in-le-roy-to-get-10k-from-ny-landmarks-conservancy/560950
St. Mark's is re-opening for in-person services on Sunday, October 18 at 10:30 am
To prepare there are some guidelines:* If you are not feeling well, please stay home*All present must wear a mask, if you forget your mask, there will be disposable masks available*Please maintain social distance!*If you use the rest room, please wipe down everything you touched*There will be sanitizer at all entrances*Prayer books will not be in the pewsThere will be no procession, offertory, singing, passing of the peace, or coffee hour following the service. Communion will be distributed to each pew. There are many changes in how we gather & worship, but whether we come together at church or at home, we continue to be a community of the faithful and followers of Jesus.
There was a huge conversation earlier in September in the LeRoy community about St. Mark's bells. Many people were lamenting that they were no longer ringing, and they were even eulogized in a poem by a LeRoyan. Church organist Dennis Mellander was able to fix the bells, and there was an outpouring of gratitude! On Facebook, there were at least "likes" that the bells were fixed, and the