Ministries

Learn some of what we do and how you can get involved

  • St Mark's Day School

    Our primary week-day ministry, the Day School is an established preschool with a 45 + year history of excellence. 


    We serves children 2 years old through 6 years old. Our preschool offers a creative program where play is central. Our small class size and teacher/child ratio allows children to receive the one-on-one attention they deserve. Children are guided to become successful learners by developing strategies to organize, prioritize and manage their daily work.


    For more information go to the Day School website or contact office.dayschool@gmail.com



  • Altar Guild

    This group prepares our worship space for upcoming services and cleans up afterwards.  A dedicated team, always ready to welcome new members, works on a schedule involving a commitment of a couple hours a month.


    For more information or to volunteer to serve, please contact the church office at stmarks337@gmail.com

  • Flower Guild

    Responsible for arranging the flowers to adorn Sunday worship, this creative group works on a schedule involving a commitment of a few hours per month. 


    For more information or to volunteer to serve, please contact the church office at stmarks337@gmail.com

  • Acolytes

    An acolyte carries the cross at the head of the procession and serves the clergy in leading worship at our Sunday Services.  On a schedule, an acolyte can expect to serve once a month. 


    For more information or to volunteer to serve, please contact the church office at stmarks337@gmail.com

  • Readers/lectors

    Lectors read from the Scripture at Sunday worship services, proclaiming the Word of God.  On a schedule a lector can expect to read around once a month.


    For more information or to volunteer to serve, please the church office at stmarks337@gmail.com

  • Ushers

    Ushers welcome people into church and perform a few simple functions to facilitate worship, such as distributing bulletins and inviting people to come to the altar rail for Communion.  On a schedule, an usher can expect to serve around once a month. 


    For more information or to volunteer to serve, please contact the church office at stmarks337@gmail.com

  • Lay Eucharistics

    Communion is served by lay Eucharistic ministers at all our services to remind us that we are all involved in this act of worship. 


    For more information or to volunteer to serve, please contact the church office at stmarks337@gmail.com

  • St Mark's Choir

    The St. Mark's Choir is a volunteer choir who leads the congregation in musical worship for our 10:15 service. Our choir offers a unique opportunity for education in the Anglican choral tradition and for a deep expression of the spiritual aspects of music. Additional details can be found on the Music Ministry page


    Rehearsals are held most Thursdays in the chapel. Contact Seth Luna at sluna.stmarks@gmail.com for more details or for a complete rehearsal schedule. 

  • Care

    Care ministers volunteer to provide a meal for someone who is shut in because of ill health or hospitalization or assists with the refreshments after a funeral service held at St Mark's. 


    For more information or to volunteer to serve, please contact the church office at stmarks337@gmail.com