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About meSt. Mark's is a Christian community in the center of Richmond, Virginia, founded in 1866. We are active members of the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia. We are an urban, diverse, mission-oriented, Eucharistically-centered parish.
About my libraryThe Parish Library is Closed on Monday, but open Tuesday-Friday 11:00AM-4:00PM and on Sundays from 8:00AM to 1:30PM. Other times by appointment. Call the church office [(804)358-4771]for more information.
Real nameSt. Mark's Episcopal Church, Parish Library
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