St. Mark's Episcopal Church
116 South Street, Foxboro, MA
5:00pm - "Come As You Are" Mass - suspended until further notice
8:00am - Quiet Service without music - suspended until further notice
9:30am - Family Service with music - suspended until further notice
10:00am - service live online
Contact Us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to Saint Mark's Episcopal Church
The bulletin for Sunday April 5, 2020 is available for download on the left side of this page.
**** St. Mark's COVID-19 MESSAGE ****
Starting Saturday, March 14th, all in-person parish activities including worship will be ceased for a minimum of two weeks. The building and office will remain open during this time—private prayer is encouraged in the church on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 11 am. For all meetings hosted at St. Mark's by other organizations, please reach out to that organization for cancellations.
St. Mark’s was founded in 1890 in Foxboro, MA. Its core purpose is “called into community to do God’s work.” Beginning in a modest and tasteful fieldstone church, as the population of Foxboro, MA increased, a new church was erected at 116 South Street and dedicated on May 16, 1962. In 2007, St. Mark’s undertook a major transformation of the building with the redesign of the sanctuary, entrance way, undercroft and kitchen, making it a very welcoming and useful space for the parish and for the local community groups.
St. Mark’s has a long history of responding to the needs of the community and world. In 1965, the church responded to the civil rights movement, sending the rector, The Reverend Frank Johnson, and four members to march in Selma, Alabama. The parish also started the Foxboro Food Pantry and The New Trading Post, a consignment shop by the Town Common.