Group Life At St. Mark's
At a Cornerstone Group, expect to find an encouraging environment of Christian support and friends with whom to grow, learn, and pray. A Cornerstone Group:
- Typically has fewer than twelve people
- Meets weekly or every other week
- Is its own unique expression of our St. Mark’s community
Everyone at St. Mark's is encouraged to connect with a Cornerstone Group, but attendance or membership at St. Mark's is not a requirement for participation. To find the right fit, test drive one or more groups.
While many groups have paused their in-person meetings for Covid-19 and/or the summer season, relational connection is still happening in a variety of forms, including Zoom gatherings.
Interested in Cornerstone Group Leadership?
Cornerstone Groups require faithful and dedicated leaders. This coming fall St. Mark’s will again offer an 8-week “Turbo Group” for on-the-job Cornerstone Group Leader training. No commitment is required to participate. Contact Dan Dzikowicz at for more information.
It is far easier to be a Christian in isolation than it is to live out one’s faith in the context of all those other imperfect people who make up God’s church. - Gordon Fee