One tradition that St. Mark’s has maintained since 1948, is the Annual Meeting in January. During this meeting, …
St. Mark’s has a rich history, much of which is stuffed into boxes in a storage loft. As we sort through the boxes and organize the archives, we’re going to share bits and pieces of our history on this blog. Our hope is to dust off some memories so that the events, and more importantly the people, who built this congregation starting with that first meeting on Seale Street in 1948, will not be forgotten. We hope you will comment, share your own memories, correct any errors, and help us identify the people and events in the pictures we post.
- Identify This Picture
- Stained Glass
- Then and Now
- Time Capsule
The Samuel Window – CHarles G. Kellett, Kathryn Kellett, Charles Henry and Sarah Kellett, Brothers and sisters
The window was given in memory of Charles G. Kellett, Kathryn Kellett, Charles Henry and Sarah Kellett, and …