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Let us pray for one another. Click HERE to submit a prayer request. 

Confession is offered on Saturdays from 9:00am-11:00am and Tuesdays at 6:00pm.
Daily Mass: 

Monday, 8:15am

Tuesday, 8:00am and 5:30pm

Wednesday, 8:30am

Thursday -Saturday, 8:00am

Sunday Mass:

Saturday Vigil: 5:00pm

Sunday: 8:30am, 11:00am, 5:00pm

Spanish Mass: Every second Sunday, 1:00pm


Oktoberfest! September 25th

Fun Run 9:00am

Mass 5:00pm Authentic German Food and Festivities to follow Mass

Click HERE to visit our Upcoming Events and News Page. 

Oktoberfest - Evangelizaton Retreat - Mercy Night and more!

Ember Days - Serious Prayer and Penance for the World's Suffering

A message from our pastor:

"When I reflect on the world today, it's hard not to notice serious suffering and division. This suffering and division is found in our politics, views on global warming, different religious practices, COVID, the reality of sin, and in tragedies. It is both human-caused, such as in Afghanistan, terrorism in Nigeria, and those of natural causes, like the recent earthquakes in Haiti, and the hurricane in the southern USA. What could we be doing to invite the healing presence of Christ into our world and lives? The answer is serious prayer and penance. Let us join together as a community for three days of prayer and penance for all the intentions I mentioned above, September 15th, 17th and 18th – traditionally known as Ember Days."


CLICK HERE to sign up for an hour of adoration to pray for world's suffering. 

Come and See



Children's Faith Formation

REGISTER for Faith Formation Programs HERE.

PAY for Faith Formation Programs HERE.


Click the Journey with Us Button below to visit our school's webiste and to learn more about our school's revitalization, phase 2!

Weekly Bulletins

Click HERE for current and archived bulletins.

Perpetual Adoration Chapel

Please contact Julie Sandrus for more information on our Adoration Chapel, how to visit with Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament and how to commit to a Holy Hour: 208-323-0200 or [email protected]


Works of Mercy - Engage Today

Corporal Works of Mercy Corporal Works of Mercy Spiritual Works of Mercy

Feed the Hungry

with the St. Mark's Food Bank by stocking shelves and greeting those who visit the food bank

Contact Gary Turner for current volunteer needs: [email protected]


Clothe the Naked -CCW

Collect: NEW socks for seminarians, hats and scarves for homeless. 

Contact: Natasha Eckhardt: [email protected]



Pray for the Living and the Dead - Perpetual Adoration Chapel. Our Adoration Chapel is open 24 hours a day. Spend time in front of the Blessed Sacrament. We are always in need of adorers and substitutes for the late night and early morning hours. Contact Julie Sandrus for more information: 208-323-0200 or [email protected]

Feed the Hungry

St. Mark's High School Youth Group -provide dinner for our Sunday night youth group (30-40 people). Meals should be individually plated and ready to serve in Donoghue Hall, Sundays at 6:00pm. The meals can be cooked at home or in the St. Mark’s kitchen.

Contact: Jordan Renfro: j[email protected] 

Clothe the Naked

St. Vincent de Paul -Donate your gently used or new coats by bringing them in to the parish office; there is a clearly marked box in the parish lobby between December-February.

Comfort the Afflicted

Prayer Shawl Ministry

"Craft” shawls which will be delivered to the sick, suffering and homebound. Contact Lise Goertz: [email protected] or  208-440-2028

Feed the Hungry -Corpus Christi

Provide breakfast for the Corpus Christi day shelter.

Dishes are dropped off at the parish school each Monday by 9:30am

Click HERE to sign up. 

Contact: [email protected]

Clothe the Naked 

St. Vincent de Paul- become a home visitor to assess the needs of those calling for assistance with rent, clothing vouchers, bus passes, etc. Training provided.

Contact:  Mary Kaineg, [email protected]  or      541-391-9953 (St. Mark’s)


Instruct the Ignorant       

High School Core Team Leader -share your faith with our High School aged young people on Sunday evenings. Contact: Jordan Renfro, [email protected]  

Feed the Hungry-Interfaith Sanctuary Meal Service

Cook and transport a meal to the Interfaith Sanctuary homeless shelter. Each 2nd Saturday of the month (additional evenings available), sign up by clicking HERE

Contact: Scott Walker

[email protected]


Visit the Sick

Outreach Extraordinary Eucharistic Ministry- provide communion to the homebound.

Contact: Tom Biggens, [email protected]            or 208-869-6364

Counsel the Doubtful and Comfort the Sorrowful

St. Vincent de Paul- Counsel the Doubtful and comfort the sorrowful with home visits by engaging with the poor. We take time be contemplative about each interaction and situation, to respond in ways that don’t just provide material assistance, but point to Christ as the Way/Truth/Life in their time of despair, when they often feel forsaken. Training provided. 

Contact: Mary Kaineg [email protected] or        541-391-9953 

Feed the Hungry

St. Vincent de Paul Thanksgiving Food Boxes-
Shop for a meal for the disadvantaged, set up tables at parish, collect full food boxes, work at fairgrounds on distribution day

Contact: Jeanette Jackson, [email protected]

Visit the Imprisoned

St. Vincent de Paul Reentry Conference- Become a home visitor to assess the needs of those recently released from incarceration. We provide assistance with rent, clothing voucher, bus pass, etc.  Training provided.

Contact: Lynn Kelley, [email protected] 208-890-9766


Feed the Hungry

CCW-Funeral Dinners and Coffee Hours

Contact Natasha Eckhardt:  [email protected]

Visit the Imprisoned

Prison Ministry-write letters (during COVID) – children or adults can write a note letting prisoners know they are prayed for NO NEED TO SIGN A NAME OR LIST A RETURN ADDRESS. Letters can be dropped at the parish office for mailing.

Contact: parish office, 208-375-6651


Visit the Imprisoned

Story Link Prison Ministry-donations of books are always needed, other opportunities available as they arise. 

Contact: May Ann Kojis, [email protected]  208-484-5326


Parish Council

The St. Mark's Parish Council meets every 1st Tuesday of the month at 6:30pm.  The meetings are open to the parish at large, everyone is welcome to attend. 

October Meeting Minutes

December Meeting Minutes 

February Meeting Minutes

April Meeting Minutes

May Meeting Minutes

Click HERE to meet your 2020-2021 Parish Council Members.

The Year of St. Joseph

The Year of St. Joseph - December 8th, 2020-December 8th, 2021

  • Please click Patris Corde for Pope Franicis' Apostolic Letter of the same name.
  • Please consider reading the letter as a family, or with your small faith community, then discussing the discussion questions found HERE.


  • You might also consider writing a letter  to your father, grandfather(s), godfather, or priest, still living, thanking them for their care and love for you
    • If any of the aforementioned are deceased, we’ll have a basket near the altar for letters of Thanksgiving. You are welcome to place in the basket, letters of petition for a father figure as well.



St. Mark's Catholic Community Sunday Mass

  Welcome to St. Marks Catholic Community

Welcome to St. Marks Catholic Community   
It is Sunday, September 19, 2021
We are Celebrating on the Twenty-Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time 


Text St. Marks Catholic Community Funeral Mass

Welcome to St. Marks Catholic Community
Today We Celebrate the Life of Lorraine McCoy
Please Join Us