Make Your Voice Heard: Take our Survey

St. Mark’s Building Renewal Committee Parish Survey 2023

With the purpose or renewing and renovating St. Mark’s worship space and environs in our 75th year, the Rector and Vestry of St. Mark’s have commissioned a Building Team to carry out a process of discernment and design guided by gifted sacred space consultant Robert Habiger. We are working to widen the welcome and upgrade our facilities in a way that strengthens our connection to God and each other for generations to come.

As we begin this important work of celebrating our past and looking toward our future together, we would like to hear from the congregation. The following survey is anonymous and encourages some narrative responses along with multiple choice answers. We want to understand your perspective in your own voice. For families, we’d like each member to complete an individual survey. You can respond a little or a lot. There are no wrong comments. As a hallmark of ministry of the laity at St. Mark’s, we hope to have a nearly universal response. Both our individual and corporate voices will build something truly beautiful for God and the people of St. Mark’s as we look to our next 75 years of ministry together.

Please submit your response by 2/12/2023. Thank you!

Click here to take the Survey

Tomorrow: Building Forum

Join us tomorrow, Sunday February 5 at 11:15 a.m. to meet our Architectural Consultant Robert Habiger and dive deeply into the "Soul of Worship – Why buildings Matter?" See more about Robert below.

Join us in person in the Parish Hall

Join us on Zoom, Meeting ID: 881 1943 7340, Passcode: teach​

Left, Robert Habiger.

For over four decades Robert has provided liturgical design consultant services to over 175 faith communities, coast-to-coast. In his semi-retirement, he currently serves as a consultant for a limited number of projects. He is known for his participatory design process, thoughtful articles, and inspiring design solutions. Central to his liturgical design approach is a commitment to ritual excellence, promotion of a culture of inclusion, and environmental consciousness. Robert is a long-standing member of the Association of Consultants for Liturgical Space, having previously served as President and Treasurer for the organization. He resides in Albuquerque, New Mexico, is married, the father of six children, grandfather of five, and great grandfather of two.