St. Mark's is participating in Give Aloha, Foodland’s Annual Community Matching Gifts Program.
For many parishioners, the Sunday High Mass is the highlight of the week, while for others the quiet weekday masses are a blessing. Join us on Sunday mornings as we explore the spirituality of the mass.
Every Sunday evening volunteers gather at St. Mark's to serve supper for the homeless and hungry of our neighborhood.
On this Sunday we will celebrate Pride with a festive aloha hour, reviewing where the Episcopal Church has been, as well as the current work ahead of us.
The Church's cycle of time includes weekdays as well as Sundays. Join us for these solemnities celebrating the life of faith in Jesus Christ our Lord.
We desire to build love and mercy on Kapahulu Avenue and in East Honolulu and Waikiki. Help us strengthen our ministries of worship and outreach.
Join us on St. Luke's Day for a presentation of paintings and a discussion of the creative process. In addition to being the patron saint of physicians, Luke is also the patron of artists.
All furry, feathery, and scaly friends are invited to any of our masses for a blessing in honor of St. Francis. The Hawaiian Human Society will join us for the High Mass Aloha Hour.
On Sundays our children's ministry meets in the Sunday School Room, gathering for lessons, songs, crafts, and activities. All children are welcome!
The Church of England was invited to the Hawaiian Islands by King Kamehameha IV and Queen Emma, and the first Anglican service in the Kingdom of Hawai‘i was on October 12, 1862.
St. Mark's gathers regularly for their ministry of cooking and serving dinner for the homeless.
Join us on the last Sunday of October for the Blessing of the Costumes! All children are invited to come to church dressed in their Halloween best.
Join us as we prepare for the coming week while resting in the peace of God and adoring Christ in the beauty of holiness.
St. Mark's Episcopal Church539 Kapahulu AvenueHonolulu, HI 96815
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