We love our community by sharing our space with our community partners.
4th Whitby Scouting
St. Mark’s has been the host and home of 4th Whitby Beavers, Cubs and Scouts for more then 60 years. In addition to 4th Whitby packs meeting weekly, St. Mark’s also hosts Scouts Canada Area Meetings, trainings and special events.
Scouting provides youth with the opportunity to develop friendships, respect and trust, not only with other youth, but with themselves.
Scouting has programs for young people from 5 to 26 years old (both male and female), and lots of fun for Adult Volunteers too.
Beavers meet Wednesday nights at 6 pm
Scouts meet Wednesday nights at 7:30 pm
Cubs meet Thursday nights at 7 pm
Register online at www.myscouts.ca.
You may also contact Brian Wick, Membership volunteer: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parkinson’s Support Group
Parkinson’s Support Group – Durham Region was established in 1981 by Pauline Toenjes, a member of the St. Mark’s family. The group provides information, support and contact for people living with Parkinson’s, their families, friends and other CarePartners. St. Mark’s has been a community partner and sponsor of this group since the mid 1980’s.
Meetings are held on the first Monday of the month at 7 pm in the church hall.
Parkinson’s Choir rehearsals are held every Monday at 4:30 pm in the stage room.
Chapter voicemail: 1-866-264-3345
We collect items for the following agencies:
Destiny Manor Treatment Centre – sample sized toiletry items
Canadian Bible Society – Cancelled Stamps
- One pound of stamps equals the value of one bible
Lion’s Club and Lenscrafters – Eyeglasses and Sunglasses (no cases)
- Prescriptions are marked and then they are redistributed, locally and worldwide
Canadian Hearing Society – Hearing Aids and usable batteries
- Refurbished and distributed to those in need
Canadian Tire Money for St. Mark’s
- Used to defray the cost of supplies for the ongoing maintenance of our building
Devotional books and magazines for Christian Salvage Mission
- for distribution worldwide
Donations can be left in the clearly marked plastic tubs in the upper hall.