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 some groups have paused their in-person meetings for Covid-19, relational connection is still happening in a variety of forms, including Zoom gatherings. Several new groups are launching this fall.
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. Begins the week of September 21.
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