All services are currently “In-Spirit” meaning that they are held online either through Zoom or on Facebook Livestream, You Tube or here. Click here for last Sunday’s Eucharist

In Spirit Eucharist, Sundays at 10AM via Facebook Live

The sacrament of Christ’s body and blood, and the principal act of Christian worship. The term is from the Greek, “thanksgiving.” Jesus instituted the eucharist “on the night when he was betrayed.” Christ’s sacrifice is made present by the eucharist, and in it we are united to his one self-offering (BCP, p. 859). The Last Supper provides the basis for the fourfold eucharistic action of taking, blessing, breaking, and sharing. Christ’s body and blood are really present in the sacrament of the eucharist and received by faith. Christ’s presence is also known in the gathered eucharistic community. Click here for the current Sunday Bulletin.

The Divine Office 8:15AM via Zoom

Join us for Prayer and Bible Study Monday through Thursday
8:15 am check-in and fellowship
8:30 am morning prayer with lectio divina
8:50 am dismissal.
Follow the Zoom link: Morning Prayer.
We will hear the gospel passage on over the week reflect on the following questions:
Monday: What word, phrase or image grabs your attention?
Tuesday: What question comes to mind? (thoughts & feelings)
Wednesday: What title would you give the passage? (life intersections)
Thursday: What are you called to know, be, do, or say? (application) 
Prayer forms are available here.

  Taizé Worship Wednesday at 7:30PM via Zoom.

A Taizé worship service involves sung and chanted prayers, meditation, a period of silence, liturgical readings, and candles and sometimes icons. There is no preaching. The style of prayer practiced at Taizé has attracted many worshipers from around the globe and from many different denominations. The service is a blend of scriptural readings, prayers, simple chants, and silence. Join via computer, tablet, or smartphone with this link: Taizé Password: taize

Video of worship services are available on our YouTube Channel: Saint Mark’s Upland, please consider subscribing to our channel. 

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