News & Events

  • Seen and Unseen - Light & Life: Lent 2015

    Part 1 Part 2

  • New Service Opportunity

    Facilities Ministry is looking for volunteers to assist during Emergency Services such as inclement weather. Time Commitment: availability during inclement weather Qualifications: We ask that the emergency crew have a willingness to serve in critical situations to ensure Church remains open and services continue. Age Requirement: 16+ Date Posted:  2/21/2015 For a list of open service opportunities, please click here: www.stmarkdc.org/serveopportunities

  • Deacons'/Adults' Coptic Treasures

    St. Mark's is proud to announce the beginning of the Adult Coptic Treasure Lent Program beginning February 27th and 28th.  This Program will contain 2 Modules, each lasting for a total of 5 Weeks.

  • Announcement Regarding Sunday Services

    Dear St. Mark's Family, Due to inclement weather, the Church will only be holding one liturgy tomorrow, Sunday February 22nd, from 9 to 11 am.  All other Sunday activities (e.g. Sunday School, Light & Life, etc.) will be cancelled. For those who will be attending Sunday's liturgy, we recommend caution when coming to Church - please only drive if you can safely get to Church.  Also, please note that the Church's parking lot and sideways may no...

  • Statement on Libya

    St. Mark’s Coptic Orthodox Church in Washington, D.C. joins the Coptic Orthodox community around the world in condemning the heinous death and in mourning the martyrdom of twenty-one of our innocent brothers in Libya.

  • Due to inclement weather, Tuesday’s liturgy – Feb 17th -- will be cancelled.

    Due to inclement weather, Tuesday’s liturgy – Feb 17th -- will be cancelled.

  • Valentine's Day Event

    We will be celebrating the Valentine’s day on Saturday, Feb. 14th in the Chapel. 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm Spiritual Songs and a short talk 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Kids can be left with servants for parents to go out.

  • "I Was Sick and You Looked After Me"- St. Kosman and Damian Ministry

    St. Kosman and Damian Ministry is a ministry that serves patients of acute and terminal diseases. The service provides patients with spiritual support through visits, telephone calls, in-site communion, and prayer requests.

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