St. Mark’s Episcopal Church

60 Eustis Parkway
Waterville, Maine 04901
Phone: (207) 872-7869
Church email:

The parish family at St. Mark’s believes that serving God must include stewardship within our community. To that end, church facilities are made available on a regular schedule and at little or no cost to the following community groups: Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Alanon, Amnesty International, and Codependents Anonymous.  For a schedule of meeting times, please contact the specific community group or call the church office.
For many, many years parishioners have sponsored public suppers to extend Christian fellowship to the Greater Waterville Community. Proceeds from three of these events are given to the Waterville Interfaith Homeless Shelter, the Waterville Area Food Bank, and the Evening Sandwich Program.
The Evening Sandwich Program is a joint effort of Waterville-area churches to provide an evening meal to persons in need. ESP operates near its clients at the Universalist-Unitarian Church on Silver Street in Waterville. Parishioners from St. Mark’s prepare meals on Thursdays.
The St. Mark’s Christmas Fair, held annually on the first Saturday in December, is a joint effort of the entire parish. A portion of the net proceeds of the Fair are committed to outreach efforts.
A basket for food donations to the Waterville Area Food Bank welcomes contributions, which are gathered on a weekly basis.
Parishioners of St. Mark’s contribute regularly to the United Thank Offering and the Episcopal Relief and Development.

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