St. Mark's Episcopal Church
Who We Are
Where are you today? Lonely and afraid? Joyful and confident? Somewhere in between? Wherever you are in your journey of faith, know that there is a place for you here, companionship for the journey in this community gathered.
At St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, we believe that the spirit of God lives in every human being, and that we are called to glorify that which unites us while at the same time celebrating the awesome diversity of God’s creation. All of us at St. Mark’s share a commitment to our faith and to our community, and we welcome visitors regardless of religious background, race, or sexual orientation. Everyone is welcome here.
St. Mark’s is part of the Diocese of Chicago and the Episcopal Church of the United States, as well as the worldwide Anglican Communion.
What Members SayAdd your voice
Gift CardConnections and Interfaith take care, house men who are bisexual or gay allowing them to pan handle to support substance abuse addictions. Why isn't there any substance abuse interception, clinics, jobs nor apprentice internship to support self sufficiency ? What's to keep individuals from becoming homeless again? How many have lost their places only to be given new ones while those without homes remain homeless? Records and research can prove that Connections and Interfaith are enabling, supporting and taking care of men who are substance abuser's, gay or pedophiles which isn't helping those whose really seeking help in getting their lives back on track. Able body men and women should be working or in class for a skill but why would they if Connections and Interfaith is paying their bills, rent supplying every need? You give them bus passes, Aldi /Target Gift Cards which they sell, free food, clothing, furniture, and get them general assistance. Why should or would they work when all they have to do is live a gay life without any accountability?