• Whatever your reason for visiting, welcome. Saint Mark's Parish embraces the southern portion of Londonderry as well as sections of Hudson and Windham.  But wherever you reside, we look forward to meeting you and hope you will come to worship with us.

    • Announcements

      Knights of Columbus - Respect Life Reflection

      Respect Life: Since Cardinal Bernardin’s description of the “Consistent Ethic of Life” as a “Seamless Garment”, Pope John Paul II issued his encyclical “Gospel of Life”, and emphasizes that killing of the innocent is always wrong and taught infallibly. The Bishops have further described “intrinsic evil.”  We are in a major battle with the Culture of Death. Do you really know about the issues (e.g., durable power of attorney, death penalty, stem cells, cloning, etc.), priorities, or have nagging questions? 

      Please join the Knights of Columbus “Reflection” on these topics, Thursday, May 15, Room 4 of St. Jude’s Church lower level, 7-9 pm. Discussion will be led by John Matuszewski, respect life lead for our parish. Please call him (434-4098) with questions, or to get on the respect life email list.

       


      St. Mark's Nursery School 5k and 1 Mile Family Fun Run

      "Thank you!" to the volunteers from both the Parish community and from the Nursery School for their help at the race. We had a beautiful morning at the church with close to 100 people (individuals, children and families) participating in the St. Mark's Nursery School 5k and Family Fun Run.

      A good time was had by all!!!
      Click here to view the official 5k results.

       

       

      Do you have good news to share?  Tell us about it!

    • Our Mission
      As sharers of one baptism and the one Spirit of the Risen Christ, we have come together as the Parish Community of St. Mark the Evangelist to proclaim our identity as the People of God.

      The Eucharist is the center of our life and work together. Through the one bread, we become the one body of Christ, a living sacrifice of praise. In our worship of God, the Author of life and holiness, we proclaim our hope in the life of Christ's Resurrection; we open our hearts and minds to the Spirit of God dwelling in our midst.

      In our work together, we seek ...
       
      to enable our children to grow in the wisdom and knowledge of God;

      to accompany our young sons and daughters on their journeys of discovery toward adulthood;

      to deepen our faith commitment through prayer & study;

      to be present to one another in the joys and sufferings, the victories and struggles of life;

      to give witness to the Gospel of justice and compassion to our hurting world.

      We welcome to our parish family all who share our Catholic faith and traditions and our search for God in all things.
       

    • On the first day of the week,
      Mary of Magdala came to the tomb
      early in the morning, 
      while it was still dark, 
      and saw the stone removed from the tomb.
    • Search Site
    • Calendar
      • Apr 25, 2014
        Spirit of Elijah Lay Apostolate (SELA) Life In The Spirit weekend Seminar April 25-27, 2014 Friday 6:30-9:00, Saturday 9-9 and Sunday 9:00 to 1:00 pm At St. Joseph Cathedral, Parish Hall, 145 Lowell Street, Manchester, NH.
      • Apr 26, 2014
        Spirit of Elijah Lay Apostolate (SELA) Life In The Spirit weekend Seminar April 25-27, 2014 Friday 6:30-9:00, Saturday 9-9 and Sunday 9:00 to 1:00 pm At St. Joseph Cathedral, Parish Hall, 145 Lowell Street, Manchester, NH.
      • Apr 27, 2014
        Spirit of Elijah Lay Apostolate (SELA) Life In The Spirit weekend Seminar April 25-27, 2014 Friday 6:30-9:00, Saturday 9-9 and Sunday 9:00 to 1:00 pm At St. Joseph Cathedral, Parish Hall, 145 Lowell Street, Manchester, NH.
      • May 13, 2014
        7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
      • May 15, 2014
        A $500 Scholarship Award is being offered by the St. Mark’s K of C to any high school senior member of the St. Mark’s community pursuing higher education!
    • 866-727-4741

    • Stations of the Cross

      online

    • Sunday Bulletins

      A PDF version of this Sunday's Bulletin (03/30/14) is available here.

      See the Sunday Bulletins page for previously published bulletins.

       

    • Help us improve this website.
      We value your ideas!