St Mark's Episcopal Church

337 Ridge Road, Barrington Hills, IL 60010    847-381-0596
Sunday Services at 8 and 10:15 AM                  FAX: 847-381-3564
Changing Lives through Christ, Providing Food for the Journey

Family Service
October 19

Please join us for worship, lunch and intergenerational activities!

Sunday Schedule:

Holy Eucharist

9:00am Adult Forum

9:45am Sunday School

Holy  Eucharist

* * 3rd Sundays * *

    Holy Eucharist

9:00 Adult Forum

   Family Service

11:00 Lunch

11:40 Parish Plays Inter-generational Activities

Office Hours

- Friday: 
9:00 am - 2:00 pm

Witnesses to the Light

God's light shone out in Jesus, who in turn gives light to each of us. How are we taking that light into the world? 

Listening to each other's experiences will call us to an intentionality of life that is 'ministry'.

Sarah Quiroga shines the light of God to help others via several church ministries and along the way notices that God moves in mysterious ways, but He sometimes uses a minivan.

Susan Gibbons talks about how being hit by a bus brought her environmental work into greater focus.

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Spiritual Pantry image copyright 2012 Gail T. Collier. Used by permission.

The Week Ahead


Sunday, October 19

19th Sunday after Pentecost

8:00am Holy Eucharist
9:00am Adult Forum
9:00am Nursery Care Begins
9:30am Children’s Choir Rehearsal
10:15am Holy Eucharist – Family Service

11:10am Brunch

11:40am Parish Plays Activities


Tuesday, October 21

9:30am Morning Prayer

10:00am Women’s Study Group


Thursday, October 23

9:30am Morning Prayer
10:00am Men’s Group



Sunday, October 26

20th Sunday after Pentecost

8:00am Holy Eucharist
9:00am Adult Forum
9:00am Nursery Care Begins
9:00am Children’s Choir Rehearsal
9:30am Snack Time
9:30am Sanctuary Choir Rehearsal

9:45am Sunday school begins
9:45am Spirit Café parents group

10:15    Holy Eucharist

11:30    Newcomer’s Luncheon

Welcome to St. Mark’s!

Father David Gibbons, Rector




We are a congregation who come from 28 different communities in the area because we find the worship and the companionship worth the drive.  We welcome all people who are, like us, interested in learning to be effective followers of Jesus Christ. 


We gather to worship using materials from the Episcopal Book of Common Prayer,  Enriching Our Worship (approved additions to the Book of Common Prayer) and, on occasion, from Iona Abbey and the Anglican Church.  We are not a ‘white-gloves-and-three-piece-suit’ kind of folk when we gather, “office casual” probably best describes the way we dress for worship.


Though we come from different communities and have a wide variety of backgrounds we enjoy each other’s company both at the Sunday morning “Coffee Break” (11:25am) and in intentional education classes September through June at 9am.


Come, be our guest, you are welcome among us, tell us your story.

St. Mark's has a weekly e-mail newsletter called "The Epistle" which contains information about events and activities as well as a reflection and theological reflection.  Use the box below to begin receiving The Epistle.

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