Adult Spiritual Growth Opportunities

Adult Sunday School

Please register online or contact a study leader to obtain Zoom connection information.

Led by Rick Farnsworth and Carl Harrison.

9:30 a.m. Sundays Room 17/18 and via Zoom
Seekers Bible Study

Led by Brenda Hunter and Kelly Deyoe

Study: The book of Exodus

If you would like to join us, please bring your favorite Bible and a curious mind. Please register online or contact a study leader to obtain Zoom connection information.

11:15 a.m. Sundays

Several Bibles are available in the meeting room.

Room 17/18 or via Zoom
Weekly Studies

Bible and a Bite Bring a sack lunch and the latest copy of “The Upper Room” to discuss and break bread together just as Jesus and his disciples broke bread in the upper room. 12:30 p.m. Thursdays at Sanctuary Campus. Chris Shafer, (call the church office).


Virtual Coffee Chat 10-11 a.m. Thursdays via Zoom. Bring your favorite drink and a snack and join this free-flowing conversation. Contact Office Manager Lora Wineinger for the Zoom link:


Wednesday Morning Study 10-11:30 a.m. in Room 17/18 and by Zoom. Please pre-register to obtain Zoom connection info if you are new. Led by Marcia Rostad.


Roadrunner Book Club 9:30 a.m. Wednesdays at Roadrunner Coffee, Linda Vista and Thornydale. What started as a pastor’s Bible study has evolved into a book club that reads a little of everything. Participants enjoy terrific fellowship.

Theo (Theology) Pub

Led by Pastor Kevin

Theo Pub meets at a local restaurant for dinner and conversation around life and faith ideas in a welcoming and inclusive setting. All views entertained with respect.

Register online or for more information, contact Pastor Kevin,

6 p.m. the fourth Wednesday of each month Location varies; contact Pastor Kevin
Open Minds Book Group

Led by Celeste Pardee and Ann Reaban

Do you enjoy discussing the books you read? This St. Mark’s book group is for you! It meets on a Friday in the latter half of each month.

April 19: My Life in Full: Work, Family and
Our Future, by Indra Nooyi. With candor and good humor, Nooyi brings her amazing story to life, from her childhood and early education in 1960s India, to the Yale School of Management and her rise to success in the corporate world. The first woman of color and immigrant to run a Fortune 50 company—and one of the foremost strategic thinkers of our time—she transformed PepsiCo with a unique vision and deep sense of purpose, while questioning the tradeoffs she had to make. Her book reveals how the corporate world continues to sacrifice talent instead of changing how we organize work to maximize everyone’s potential to live full, productive lives.


May 10: The Line Becomes a River: Dispatches from the Border, by Francisco Cantu. Cantu, who grew up in the American Southwest deserts and scrublands, wanted to learn more about the people who traverse our increasingly militarized border. After
earning his college degree, he joined the
U.S. Border Patrol. With his partners he
tracked border crossers, hauling in the dead and taking the living to detention centers. Plagued by a gnawing awareness of his complicity in a dehumanizing enterprise,
he left the patrol but not the border issues. When an immigrant friend goes to Mexico to visit his dying mother and doesn’t return, Cantu discovers the full extent of the damage our border policies wreak on both sides of the line.

9 to 10:30 a.m.

Books may be borrowed from the Pima County Public Library or purchased (new or used) from Amazon, Barnes & Noble or, which supports local booksellers.

Zoom link will be emailed