Studies & Classes

Rector's Supergroup

Our Rector, Fr. Mark Tusken, gathers several Cornerstone Groups each Saturday morning at 8:00-9:15 am in the Fellowship Hall. The typical schedule is:

  • Teaching (40 minutes)
  • Table Discussion & Prayer (35 minutes)

All are welcome. Contact for more information or just show up.

KINGS CLASS

This class taught by Associate Rector Father Marcus meets every Sunday at 9:00 am in the Chapel. The scripture and topics through Lent will be matched to the KINGS all-church study. Join at any time.

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Alpha provides an opportunity to explore life and the Christian faith in a friendly, open and informal environment. The next Alpha course will be in the Fall of 2020.

Inquirers Class

Learn the beliefs, practices, and history of the Anglican tradition of Christianity as we express them at St. Mark's. The Inquirers Class is taught by our Rector, Fr. Mark with many opportunities to ask questions.

The next Inquirers' class begins on March 11 and goes to May 6.

Confirmation at St. Marks is an expression of mature commitment to Christ and to His church. If you have attended Inquirers Class or Alpha, you have received the necessary instruction to make this important step.

RED Group

Read. Eat. Discuss. The RED Group is reading Lead Me, Holy spirit, by Stormie Omartian. Join the discussion in the Fellowship Hall Sunday, March 1, starting with potluck supper at 5:30. Books are available for checkout in our library. Look for the red book bag.

Ladies' Tuesday Evening Book Study

The Ladies’ Tuesday evening book study is reading The Gospel of Ruth by Carolyn Custis James. This group of about a dozen women meets twice a month at a home in Geneva, 7:00-8:30pm. Contact: Carol Moshier, or Anita Hazel, .

Sunday Morning Study Group

Study the Gospel of Luke and Genesis on Sunday mornings from 10:30-11:45 am. For both those new to the Bible or for those who have read it many times. Meets in the third- and fourth-grade classroom, downstairs. Join at any time. Bring your Bible (any translation). It would be helpful to have Search the Scriptures (IVP) prior to group attendance. Meets weekly. A decision to study God’s Word is an investment in your spiritual life and an active choice to nourish your soul” (Story 17).  Join at any time and contact Sonja Brazell  630.631.1764 for more information.


Cornerstone Groups

In addition to these studies and classes listed above, all of our Cornerstone Groups engage the scriptures and discuss the meaning and application of Biblical truth. We encourage everyone at St. Marks to connect to a Cornerstone Group.