Worship Schedule

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Find our Holy Week & Easter schedule here

People like to worship in different ways, at different times, and Saint Mark’s is here when you need us. Whether your ideal service is peaceful and reflective, exuberant and joyful, or even short enough to engage and include your child, we have a way for you to worship with us.

Service Times

Parishioner reading from the lectern

Sundays 7:45 a.m.

Our 7:45 a.m. worship is a said service of Holy Eucharist and is generally quieter, with a smaller congregation. Prayers for healing are offered at the altar immediately after communion for those who desire prayers for themselves or a loved one. Coffee hour follows in the church office.

Sundays 9:00 a.m.

At 9:00 a.m., we have a shorter service tailored to families with children. Our worship is lively and interactive. On the 2nd Sunday of the month, we celebrate the Holy Eucharist, and the remaining Sundays we gather for a modified Liturgy of the Word including prayers, readings, and a brief sermon. Child and adult volunteers lead the reading and prayers. Music is an important part of the service with hymns accompanied by guitar, banjo, and autoharp. After the service, we often have snacks, and children play on one of the playgrounds while parents supervise and visit with one another.

Sundays 10:30 a.m.

Our 10:30 a.m. worship is a joyous choral service of Holy Eucharist, with people of all ages participating.  Music is led by Saint Mark’s Choir and organ; during summer months, when the choir is on vacation, we continue to sing hymns, with soloists and instrumentalists offering offertory and communion anthems. Our youth Choristers sing one Sunday a month during the school year. Our music regularly is enhanced by guest musicians and a variety of percussionists and other instrumentalists who are members of the congregation.

Join Online Worship

Weekdays 7:00 a.m.

Join online here to begin your day with a short service of Morning Prayer. Every Monday through Friday throughout the year.

Our worship

The Bible and the Book of Common Prayer shape the core of our liturgy; we also incorporate elements from other Episcopal resources and the Anglican Church around the world to express diverse and inclusive images of humanity and of God. We deepen our engagement in worship with creative reading, drama, a wide variety of musical styles and instruments, and visual arts. It's all to the glory of God and to fill our hearts with the joy, strength, and hope that help us go into the world to serve God's people!