Building healthy lives is what Outreach is all about. We’ve been a premier provider and champion of quality, life-changing  services to the under previledged people in the New Jersey comunnity  – the kind that help individuals and their families throughout the New Jersery area cope with their problems, heal themselves and move forward in a more positive direction. We know. We understand. And we’re totally committed to making a difference now and in the future.

To inspire individuals and families to achieve a life of unlimited potential by developing and delivering the highest quality support services.

We are currently moving much more  into the apostolic area, ministering to various under previledged areas, with a vision of reaching hundreds of souls with the Gospel of the Kingdom.     We distribute lot of Bible tracts, food, clothes every year which are being eagerly taken.

Our Outreach Projects

2013 Lenten Alms Project
St. Mark’s Center was chosen by the Outreach Committee to be the recipient of our Lenten Alms giving this year. Together we raised $3,843.06. Thank you!

Christmas 2012 Ingathering – Thank You!
Thank you to everyone who donated gifts to St. Mark’s toy drive through our Christmas Ingathering. Your generosity made it possible to provide Christmas gifts for over 400 children in 2012!

Seamen’s Church: Toiletries Needed for “Christmas at Sea”
The Seamen’s Church Institute distributes gifts to mariners who are miles away from home during the holidays. Each gift includes useful items like hand lotion, soaps, mouthwash, etc. Thank you to all who contributed to this project; we collected over 600 toiletries which were delivered (thank you, Chris & Bob Lindmark) to SCI before Christmas. This will be an ongoing project for Outreach, to be delivered twice per year. Please place your donations in a plastic bag labeled “SCI” and place in the little red wagons at the church entrance.

Thanksgiving 2012 Ingathering – Thank You!
Thank you for your donations! Your generosity provided food for about 100 families for a Thanksgiving feast! The baskets were distributed to those in need in Keansburg through the efforts of the Soup Kitchen volunteers at St. Mark’s Church.

Stop Hunger Now Meal Assembly – Thank You!
Our youth lead the way on Saturday April 28, 2012 for the parish-wide, inter-generational Stop Hunger Now meal assembly. We exceeded our goal, assembling 10,200 meals!

Nursing Home Visitation
Nursing Home Ministry brings caring, personal presence to residents of local nursing homes. It requires a heart eager to share a smile and joyful attitude, and only thirty to sixty minutes of your time once a month. Mentoring is provided by an experienced nursing home visitor.