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2020-2021 Classes

Lion's Forum 

Breaking the Chains - Easter Freedom in our Lives

Fundamentals of our Faith

In addition to serving as a refresher course about The Episcopal Church faith and traditions, completion of these classes enables parishioners to be Confirmed, Reaffirmed or Received into the Episcopal Church. 

Galatians - Freedom of the Gospel

Throughout this 6-part series, clergy will explore Paul’s letter to the Galatians and its message of freedom for all who put their faith in Christ. 

Advent: The Once and Future Coming of Jesus Christ

This clergy-led series explores the coming of Christ from the perspectives of St. Paul (Dec. 6), John the Baptist (Dec. 13), and Mary & Joseph (Dec. 20).


In this clergy-led book study, parishioners follow David Zahl's book, Seculosity - how career, parenting, technology, food, politics, sports and romance became our new religion and what to do about it.

God and the Pandemic

This clergy-led class explores N.T. Wright's book, God and the Pandemic, and also delves into relevant scriptural resources. Please click below to watch. 

Wednesdays in Lent 

On the 7 Deadly Sins

Sins are often difficult to resist because in moderation they can be enjoyed with pleasure. When behavior is transformed by obsession it becomes deadly. Led by the Rev. Canon Dr. Douglas Dupree, this series will explore what theologians, artists, poets, satirists and the Bible have to say on the subject. 

C.S. Lewis Book Study

The Rev. Cn. Nancy Suellau and the Rev. Neely Towe are leading an 8 week study on C.S. Lewis’ The Screwtape Letters.  


Philippians: Joy in Crisis

Discover how Paul's message of joy and unity in his letter to the Philippian church can inspire us in our challenging year to become part of God's "harvest of righteousness." In addition to our website, the below audio is available wherever you listen to podcasts. Simply search "St. Mark's Episcopal Church Jacksonville."


Community Webinar Series

The Rev. Cn. Nancy Suellau discusses a variety of topics relevant to today's environment. Please click the topic name below to watch.