Stations of the Cross
- St. Mark's Episcopal Church 539 Kapahulu Ave Honolulu, HI, 96815 United States (map)
Wednesdays of Lent
FEBRUARY 21, 28, MARCH 7, 14, 21
Evening Prayer 5:30 pm
Lenten Supper & Meditation 6:00 pm
Stations of the Cross 7:00 pm
Lent at St. Mark's
Sacred Tree, Holy Cross
During Lent and Holy Week we walk the Way of the Cross, tracing our Lord's journey to the hill of Calvary.
Sundays at 5:00 pm
Join us as we prepare for the coming week while resting in the peace of God and adoring Christ in the beauty of holiness.
Renewing Hearts for Christ
Lent is the season of renewal for the church as we prepare for the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Forty days and forty nights in length, this observance mirrors our Lord's time in the wilderness following his baptism.
Sundays in Lent at 11:30 am
Join us after high mass on the Sundays in Lent for a series of discussions on faith, prayer, scripture, and theology.
In this book, Luigi Gioia stresses that prayer is not so much about techniques or methods, but rather building trust that God wants to hear from us and our lives.
On this Sunday the St. Mark's Choir is hosting a Lenten Lunch of soups in honor of St. Cyril. Cyril was the bishop of Jerusalem who devised the Holy Week liturgies we celebrate even today.
What do you seek?
The Catechumenate is an intentional faith formation process for adults who wish to be baptized or confirmed as Christians, received into the Episcopal Church, or renew their baptismal vows.
Saturdays at 12:30 noon
A priest is available to hear confessions every Saturday after the noon mass. If you wish to give your confession, speak with the priest celebrating the mass.
Wednesdays at 10:30 am
Join us for this weekly Bible Study with the Rector when we discuss the prior Sunday's sermon and the upcoming Sunday's mass readings.
Pray the Daily Office
The Guild of St. Benedict at St. Mark's is composed of clergy and laity who are devoted to praying the Daily Office.
Sundays after Evensong
Every Sunday evening volunteers gather at St. Mark's to serve supper for the homeless and hungry of our neighborhood.
For Such a Time as This
For Such a Time as This is a call to prayer, fasting, and advocacy on the 21st day of each month. Learn more by watching a video from our Presiding Bishop, the Most Rev'd Michael Curry.
Weekdays at 9:00 am
Everyday Morning Prayer is read at St. Mark's. This service of Bible readings, psalms, canticles, and prayers is one of the hallmarks of Anglican spirituality.