St. Mark of Ephesus Mission Accessible

Kingston, Massachusetts

St. Mark of Ephesus Mission

Founded 1983

Diocese: Diocese of New England

Deanery: Boston Deanery

Address

261 Main St
Kingston, Massachusetts 02364

http://stmarkofephesusma.org

Church: 781-585-8907

Parish Contacts

Rev. James Robinson
Rector
14 Faith Hill
Dedham, MA 02026
Home: 339-204-3074
Rev. John Bernardi
Attached
3655 W. Koshare Ln
Tucson, AZ 85742
Home: 520-789-7271
V. Rev. John T Bacon
Retired, Attached
PO Box 302
Bridgewater, MA 02324
Home: 508-697-3928

Lay Leadership

Mr. Peter Condrick
Lay Contact
Gina Margitich
Choir Director
Jennifer Paulin
Church School Coordinator

Directions

From Boston
Take Route 3 south to exit 9.  Take a right off of the exit ramp onto Route 3A north.  Travel through the stop light, and bear left onto Route 106.  St Mark Church is about 1/2 mile on the right.

From South Shore and Cape Cod
Take Rt 3 to exit 9, turn right at end of ramp.  After second light, follow for 1/4 mile and bear left onto Rt 106.  St Mark is on the right past the police station.

Schedule of Services

6:00 PM Great Vespers and Confessions.
Saturday Evening

8:00 AM Hours.
Sunday Morning

10:00 Divine Liturgy, followed by Coffee Hour and Church School.
Sunday Morning

6:00 PM Vigil
Eves of Great Feasts falling on work days

10:00 AM Divine Liturgy
Mornings of Great Feasts falling on work days

6:00 PM Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts, followed by dinner. Call the Rectory to confirm.
Wednesday Evenings in Great Lent

Confessions are heard after Great Vespers and by appointment.
Confessions

Call the church at 781-585-8907 for schedule of other services, including Holy Week and Pascha.

Parish Background

St Mark of Ephesus Orthodox Mission was established over in 1984 to provide a local presence and place of worship to the South Shore of Boston and Cape Cod.  The early years saw parishioners meeting in homes and then rented space.  In 1995 the community purchased its present Church building and continues to renovate the property.

We continue to grow physically as well as spiritually.  Although ours is a relatively small community (around 50, from all ethnic groups), we are blessed with a strong sense of unity and a firm dedication to living a Christian Orthodox life. We are interested in evangelism, growth, and education.  Our services are in English but we try to learn some special songs in many languages.

We are available 24 hours.  We are eager to see new faces and welcome visitors from all walks of life and of all faiths.  If we can help you in any way please call any of the contacts anytime.  Glory to Jesus Christ.