Who We Are

STATEMENT OF BELIEFS The Church of St. Mark, Brooklyn, NY has been serving God and the community for 184years. The membership of the Church is culturally diverse. It is made up mostly of immigrants from the Caribbean, South and Central America, and Africa. There are at least 19 countries represented in the congregation: Antigua and…

History And Heritage

The Church of St. Mark was founded in 1835 in the village of Williamsburg which was then a suburb of Brooklyn.  The first service was held by the Rev. William Morris D.D. in the police courtroom of the village.  In October of 1837, the parish was incorporated and admitted into the convention of the Diocese…

April 25: Saint Mark The Evangelist

“A disciple of Jesus, named Mark, appears in several places in the New Testament. If all references to Mark can be accepted as referring to the same person, we learn that he was the son of a woman who owned a house in Jerusalem. Mark may have been the young man who fled naked when…

Housing Program

The Church of St. Mark has long been a provider of social services to the local community. In addition, the Church has responded to the many requests received from community residents for safe and affordable housing. St Mark’s Housing Association L.P. 131, 137,143 Sterling Street 1777 Bedford Avenue 651 Rutland Road 161 Clarkson Avenue Brooklyn,…

Clergy & Staff

The Rev. Kino Vitet, M. Div., Rector The Reverend Kino Germaine LockheartVitet was born in Vieux-Fort, Saint Lucia, West Indies, the son of Samuel Vitet and Sybil Vitet. He was raised in St. Lucia and Brooklyn, N.Y. He received a B.S. degree in Civil Engineering in 1999 from Lehigh University; a M.Sc. in City Design…

TBA

The Parish of Calvary ~ St. George’s is an historic Episcopal parish consisting of two churches, located in the Gramercy and Stuyvesant Square-area of Manhattan. We are a community of people in the Episcopal Diocese of New York, which is a constituent member of the world-wide Anglican Communion. Our worship is steeped in The Book of…