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Diocese of Milwaukee

The Haiti Project

St. Mark's Newsletter

Saint Mark's Messenger Newsletter -  June, 2016

View Pages & Pages of Photos of Parish Life

Fr. Gary Lambert, Interim Priest these last eight months. Thank You!

Rev. Mary Mail, retired, Rector of Saint Mark's 16 years. Thank you!

The Rt. Rev. Steven Miller, Bishop of the Diocese of Milwaukee

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Saint Mark's Episcopal Church
700 East Mill Street, P.O. Box 126, Beaver Dam, WI 53916
the Rev. Oscar Rozo, Priest

Sunday Eucharist - Rite II at 9:00 am


Fr. Rozo's sermon on Pentecost 6 urges to get to know who we really are,
and to share that with others and the world.


In his sermon for Pentecost 5 (video below) Fr. Rozo
acknowledges our many differences as humans,
but also musically illustrates our call to be one in Christ



Go Forth in Peace to Love and Serve the Lord

New Priest at Saint Mark's

Fr. Oscar A. Rozo has been called as Priest at Saint Mark's beginning June 1st. His first service at Saint Mark's was Sunday, June 5th. Fr. Rozo and his wife, Elizabeth, live in Watertown, where she is the priest at Saint Paul's Episcopal Church.

Saint Mark's Video Library

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry

"We are the Jesus People"

"We Need Your Light to Shine"

Bishop Curry on the Eucharist & Being Episcopalian


Saint Mark's Videos

Easter Recessional 2015

The Feast of Saint Francis of Assisi 2015 - Recessional Hymn # 376 at Rev. Mary Mail's Farewell Eucharist

Pipe Organ Project

Easter Gospel 2016 - Fr. Lambert

Easter Sermon 2016 3/27 -Fr. Lambert

Easter 3 Sermon -4/10 - Fr. Lambert

Easter 4 Sermon  4/17 - Fr. Lambert

Pentecost 3 Sermon 6/5 - Fr. Rozo

Pentecost 4 Sermon  6/12 - Fr. Rozo

Pentecost 5 Sermon 6/19 - Fr. Rozo

Pentecost 6 Sermon - Fr. Rozo

In his sermon (video below) Fr. Rozo invites us to be like the child coloring inside and outside the lines as we struggle to understand and develop our faith, and to
know that as we struggle, God is beside us, and loves us, and is saying, "That is a really nice picture."





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