Whatever your faith tradition has (or has not) been, whatever you believe and whatever you doubt, you are welcome here. St. Mark’s is a place for seekers and skeptics; young, old, and in-between; and those of all backgrounds. There is room for all, and all are welcome.
We’ve gathered links and information about our Sunday services, calendar of events, family programs, frequently asked questions, and more below to help get you oriented. And you can always reach out to us here (email@example.com). We hope you’ll join us soon.
We worship together on Sundays. Everyone is invited to share in communion, regardless of what you believe or don’t believe. Our Nave – the sanctuary – is set up in the round.
On most Sundays, we celebrate Holy Eucharist at 9 am, 11:15 am, and 5 pm. The morning also includes Sermon Seminar, a unique feature of our community, after the 9 am service. From time to time, there is a single morning service at 10 am to accommodate other parish events.
The upcoming Sunday schedule is shown at left.
More on what to expect on Sundays in the FAQs.
Children are welcome in all of our services.
We also offer nursery care in the Undercroft (basement) for infants and toddlers on Sunday mornings from 8:45 am–12:45 pm, as well as Sunday School for K-12 from 10–10:45 am.
At the 5 pm service, we offer Children’s Chapel.
Newcomers and visitors can learn more about these programs.
St. Mark’s has an active community with members of all ages and backgrounds. Whether you’re looking for family activities, to participate in social justice ministry and local outreach, get involved in our music and arts programs, or just connect with others, there is something for you here.
Covid-19 Policies and Masking
At St. Mark’s, you are always welcome to wear a mask if you or your family are more comfortable wearing one! We will have some extras on hand in case you don’t bring one from home. More information.
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