St. Mark's Episcopal Church
       111 West Shore Road ~ Warwick, RI ~ 02889
   St. Mark's Episcopal Church
       111 West Shore Road ~ Warwick, RI ~ 401.737.3127

Come for a visit. Stay for the journey.


Whether you are visiting our site for the first time or checking on up-to-date parish news welcome! We hope this will be just one of many visits you make.

St. Mark's is a community of faith which worships, works, and plays together. Worship is fundamental to who we are as the Episcopal Church. Work is what we do to live into the promises made in baptism: to seek and serve Christ in one another, to strive for justice and peace, to love and serve the Lord in God's church and in the world. Play is another way we build fellowship and community. In each way we strive to welcome the newcomer into our midst. 

The life of a Christian is a life of journey - a journey of worship and wonder, faith and exploration, service and sacrifice. It is a life-long journey which begins in baptism. So if you are on a journey of faith, or thinking about beginning one, please consider traveling with us.

If you have any questions or wish to contact me please do so here.

Mother Susan Wrathall+
The Rev'd Susan Wrathall

Worship Schedule

8:00 am ~ Holy Eucharist (no music)
10:00 am ~ Holy Eucharist  (with music)
9:45 am ~ Church School (until the Peace) Except during July & August
First Sunday of the month is FAMILY SUNDAY

6:30 pm Holy Eucharist

5:00 pm Holy Eucharist

Holy Days as Announced
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Join us throughout the
50 Days of Easter to
celebrate the great
Paschal miracle of
Christ's Resurrection!

Saturdays - 5 pm
Sundays - 8 & 10 am
Wednesdays - 6:30 pm


May Breakfast
Sunday, May 4
9 & 11 am
Eggs, home fries, baked beans, pancakes,
muffins, English muffins,
hot and cold beverages.

Adults - $7   Children (5-12) $3.50   
Families (2+2) $18

Faith and Diversity
Saturdays in May 9-10 am
As Christians we are called to 
action to do works of good and charity for
our fellow man. As citizens of the world,
we must also strive to understand
different systems of faith and religious
viewpoints. Faith is the source of the
most world views: it shapes culture,
social values, and legal systems.
Our goal is to explore the great faith and wisdom traditions so we can better understand similarities and work
peacefully through our differences.
Each week we will focus on a differentfaith tradition. We will explore the foundations of each faith, its history, and its role in our modern world.

May 3 - Judaism
May 10 - Christianity
May 17 = Islam
May 24 - Buddhism and Hinduism

You are invited to join us in what promises to be a poignant, deeply spiritual expercise in discovering our shared spiritual origins, beliefs and practices.
Warwick Street Sheet