St. Mark’s Ministries
Backpack Program (Morgan County Backpacks)
Morgan County Backpacks provides bags of nutritious, child-friendly food to children in Morgan County who do not have enough to eat on weekends and school breaks. Volunteers meet at the Board of Education building each week to fill the bags of food that are sent home through the schools. For more information, please contact Morgan County Starting points at 304-258-5600 or visit https://www.starting-
Please join us for our Lenten Bible Study in the undercroft (basement) of the church. We meet on Wednesday mornings at 11:00 a.m. throughout Lent. There is very limited parking at the church. The St. Mark’s parking lot is between Warren and Market Streets, just North of the church office.
Volunteers from St. Mark’s prepare and serve a hot meal on the 3rd Friday of each month at Starting Points Resource Center’s community kitchen in Berkeley Springs. Volunteers are welcome and needed between 1:00 and 5:30 p.m. Contact Laura Smith to volunteer or for more information at lrsmith8507.gmail.com.
MCIEC (Morgan County Interfaith Emergency Care)
Donations of food and money from the St. Mark’s congregation are used to support families in need by providing food and assistance with utility bills. Current needs include bath soap, canned vegetables, canned soup, cereal, flour (2# bag), jelly, canned kidney beans, macaroni & cheese, beef stew (large can), peanut butter, pork & beans, rice (1# bag), saltine crackers, tuna, spaghetti and sauce, toilet paper, and toothpaste. Bring items to church on Sunday and leave them in the front pew. This is an important and greatly valued year-round ministry. Contact the church at (304) 258-2440 for more information.
Twelve Step Programs meet in the undercroft (church basement)
Alcoholics Anonymous: 7:30 p.m. on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays
Narcotics Anonymous: 6:00 p.m. on Sundays