Living Into Our Mission
I am so grateful to the various groups that have brought us a new database, a new website, improved streaming, revitalized offices and gathering spaces, new memorial garden landscaping plans, a plan for a regathering and the list goes on and on. If you haven't looked at our website lately -- please check it out at stmarksfx.org. If you are on Facebook -- but haven't liked our community page -- please do so. And by all means -- if you have thought about getting more deeply involved in the parish -- this would be an excellent moment to do so. Every week there is some chance to help out the parish -- so be on the lookout for such opportunities here online, in the weekly bulletin, and reach out to the contact group for that ministry or activity.
In closing, a number of you are asking about the impact of the rise in COVID cases and hospitalizations, and I wanted to affirm a few of things.
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“Coming in that first night and having someone say out loud, ‘Whoever you are, wherever you are on your journey, you are welcome at this table’ — that was overwhelmingly exactly what I needed to hear.”
Watch video above to hear testimony from Leigh Foster, an attendee at The Crossing, an Episcopal church in Boston whose primary ministry is providing a welcoming space for LGBTQIA+ folks.
Foxboro Food Pantry
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Help support our local food pantry by bringing even just one nonperishable item each week.