A Singing church

Music at St Mark's is an integral part of our liturgy.  Through it, we learn to both pray and praise. 

Our music is grounded in the Anglican liturgical and musical tradition. Most of our music is sung from The Hymnal 1982 and Psalm chants printed in our service bulletins.  The choir and organ support the voice of the congregation in dynamic conversation with the liturgy.

St. Mark's Choir

The St. Mark's Choir is a volunteer choir which leads the congregation in musical worship for our 10:15 Sunday service.  Let by our young, enthusiastic music director, Seth Luna, the choir offers an opportunity for education in the Anglican choral tradition, service to the parish, and exploration of the spiritual aspects of music.  The choir prides itself in liturgical awareness and sensitive musical contributions to the liturgy. 

Rehearsals are held at the church most Thursdays at 7 pm. 

For a full rehearsal schedule or any questions, contact Seth Luna at sluna.stmarks@gmail.com

Our Organ

Our pipe organ was built in 1979 by the Moller Pipe Organ Company. It is composed of 21 ranks of pipes across 2 manuals and pedals with a total of 1,235 pipes.  Additional information and a full stoplist of the instrument can be found on the OHS Database.

We are also blessed with a Kimball grand piano, a donation of Rich Bruno to the glory of God and in loving memory of his mother Marie Bruno.