Rest, play and enjoy recreational or hobby activities in fellowship with others. The goal is more than
simply having fun – it is to improve physical and mental well-being. You may find your heart more
open to God’s guidance when your body and mind are active.
Use the gym for ministry activities and individual recreation; simply call the church office in advance to check availability. If you’re a walker, get your steps in each morning between 8:00 and 9:30 a.m., when the gym is open just for you.
The labyrinth, outlined on the gym floor, contains a single path to the center and back out again. It
has many turns but, unlike a maze, does not have dead ends. It gives you the freedom to walk while
focusing your mind on God – and not worry about getting lost. One way to pray the labyrinth is to
worship and praise God as you walk to the center, and then intercede for people and concerns as
you walk back to the outside. Try it out!
Learn something new and build relationships by taking part in an interest group. Contact St.Mark’s to be put in touch with a group or start a
You can find something for every member of the
family in the St. Mark’s library. Fiction and non-
fiction books, puzzles and videos for children and
adults are all available for loan. Simply follow the
steps for self-checkout at the library desk
The library is located in room 401 and is typically
open on Sunday mornings year round and on
Wednesday evenings during the school year. To
visit the library at other times, stop by the
church office first.
Join in any of the sports teams sponsored by St. Mark’s to meet new people, have fun and exercise
good character. St. Mark’s participates in local sports leagues for co-ed volleyball; co-ed and men’s
softball; and high school boy’s basketball. Team registration is announced as the seasons come