Episcopal Church Women
Episcopal Church Women (ECW) is an organization that includes all women of the Episcopal Church. The ECW is organized on the National, Provincial, Diocesan, and local level.
At St. Mark’s, ECW women actively gather together throughout the year for fellowship, faith building, and service. The fellowship activities include a Fall gathering, a Christmas party, and a Spring salad supper.
Our Chili Cookoff in October is our major fundraiser. This includes a bake sale, silent auction, live music, and children’s activities. The money we raise is donated to numerous charitable organizations throughout Hays County and surrounding area as an extension of the outreach mission of St. Mark’s.
We look forward to seeing you at ECW gatherings!
We seek and serve Christ in the world, healing and supporting our community, parish family, university students, faculty, and staff. Learn more about what St. Mark's is doing to help.
St. Mark's supports the students at Texas State University and all students in higher education in the greater San Marcos area.
During the school year, college students are invited to meet weekly at St. Mark's or in parishioner's homes for a good meal, Christ-centered discussion, and a time of worship. The community St. Mark’s is constantly seeking out ways to support and encourage college students who are in the midst of this critical time of formation and growth.
While you are away from home, consider St. Mark's your home. If you are a parent or a student looking for more information about St. Mark’s Episcopal Church and it’s ministry with the students of Texas State University, please email the Rev. Mike Woods or you can subscribe to our eNews to receive up to date information about what’s going on at St. Mark’s!
We look forward to meeting you and supporting you during your time in San Marcos!
St. Mark's is committed to the responsible environmental stewardship of the resources God has given to all of us. As Christians, it brings us joy and grace when we recognize the sacredness of creation and when we live our lives in a manner that respects and cares for the natural, environmental, cultural and human resources we have been given.