Service times


Sunday 8:00 am - Holy Eucharist

Sunday 9:00 am - Sunday School

Sunday 10:15 pm - Holy Eucharist (with choir)


Last Saturday of every month 5:00 pm - Celtic Mass
(held outdoor, weather permitting)

About our worship

Every Sunday worship at St. Mark's is centered on the Eucharist - a communal and ritual celebration of Jesus' death and resurrection, recalling the events of his last supper with his friends. The service is liturgical and accessible, meaning it has shape and form and, at the same time, is light, warm, and engaging.


At St. Mark's, communion is open to everyone, even if it is your first time with you. 


Our worship is taken from the Book of Common Prayer (BCP), a compilation of ancient rituals for various occasions edited for contemporary worship and composed of over 70% biblical material.