Adult Formation


Saint Mark Adult Faith Formation


The Catholic Church of St. Mark has ministries for women and men, which provide unique opportunities to deepen your faith, to have fellowship, and to become the best versions of the women and men that God created us to be.


Small Faith Groups

Growing in our faith never ends.  We are called to continue to deepen our relationship with Christ our whole life long.  We believe that being in relationship with one another is essential to deepening our faith and strengthening our parish.

Our ongoing small faith groups allow us to gather, learn, and share/discuss the traditions, sacraments, theology and prayers of our Church while building community.

For 2022 – 2023 we will be looking at the following topics:

  • Fall/Advent: The Case for Jesus (Formed/Edward Sri/9 sessions)

  • Spring/Lent: Who Am I to Judge: Responding to Relativism with Logic and Love (Formed/Edward Sri/8 sessions)

  •  Easter/Pentecost The Biblical Roots of the Mass (Ascension/Edward Sri/5sessions)


Ladies Book Club

The Women’s Book Club continues to seek new membership. This group is comprised of women of varied ages and diverse backgrounds. It is a compatible group with members who share an appreciation for the Catholic Church and its teachings. The group strives to learn more about our Catholic faith through the works of varied authors and genre. Every other month, for approximately 90 minutes, the ladies gather to share ideas and insights acquired from a preselect
ed book.

Our next meeting will be on November 8th at 6:30pm in the Saint Mark Library. Please consider joining us for a lively and informative discussion. New members are always welcome! Questions? Contact Kendra at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. OR you may also contact Sharon Katzman 


We are currently readin"The Quiet Light"  by Louis de Wohl

the quiet light 

Novelist Louis de Wohl presents a stimulating historical novel about the great St. Thomas Aquinas, set against the violent background of the Italy of the Crusades. He tells the intriguing story of St. Thomas who - by taking a vow of poverty and joining the Dominicans - defied his illustrious, prominent family's ambition for him to have great power in the Church.