St Mark’s Episcopal Church
Islip, New York
“Making Christ Known with Love”
St. Mark’s Google Calendar link to our Church Calendar to What Happening at St Mark’s
A Map to Find us and Directions to St Mark’s
Parish Information Guide To Learn more about the Activities and Programs of St Mark’s your can read more here.
Google Map of Our Diocese A Map of the Diocese of Long Island, New York Using Google Maps and Navigation
Induction Hearing Loop at St. Mark’s We have a Hearing Loop in the Church. Anyone with a t-loop setting on their hearing aids can receive sound from the loop in their own hearing aids.
Be Jesus Understanding the incarnational life of the Parish.
Church is about People and Community
We are the First Church to have Tiffany Glass
Photos of Our Buildings and Grounds
Cursillo St Mark’s has an active Cursillo Community. Cursillo is a Short Course in Christian Living that changes lives for Christ.
Order Of St Luke A Healing Ministry
Photo’s From The Sr High Tea A Sr. Out Reach Effort of St Mark and Emmanuel
Who is Bradish Johnson St Mark’s has several large Stained Glass Windows from the Bradish Johnson Family.
Regular Worship Schedule
Thursday Healing Mass with Guitar
9:00am in All Souls’ Chapel
5:00pm in St Mark’s Church
8:00am Rite One Hymn
9:15am Rite Two with Music
The Joy of Easter
If we have died with Him we will be raised with Him.
The Great Mystery of Redemption is that God has taken the worst of humanity and redeemed it. From Jesus death comes new Life, The Resurrection.
Up coming May and June
Concerts at St. Mark's
May 6th - 3:00pm The Suffolk Singers
Select Vocal Group from SUNY Suffolk. And its Free Music!
May 7th -2:00pm Rupert Waits
A Singer Song writer. $15 donation
May 20 3:00pm The East End Singers
As Inspired group of men and women who love to sing. $10 donation
June 4th 2:00pm Buddy Merriam and the Back Roads Band. Its an afternoon of Blue Grass Music. $10. donation
96 Annual Rummage Sale
Save the date
Saturday June 3rd, 2017
754 Montauk Highway
Islip NY 11751
Welcome to St Mark’s Web Site.
I do hope that you will come and visit us in person. As followers of Christ, within the Anglican tradition, we strive to build up a loving community that will be a beacon of love and hope to our world.
We are a diverse and friendly congregation and try to welcome everyone as we would welcome Jesus. Join us as we reach out in joy into the world and in the name of Jesus to be of help to others. We take our ministry seriously, but always keep a good sense of humor about ourselves.
Come and see. Come and Visit. Come and participate in our worship and fellowship. We have regular activities for everyone.
God’s blessings to You and Yours.
The Very Rev. Richard E. Simpson TSSF
We Are Proudly Episcopalians and Members of the Anglican Communion