What to expect on sunday

St. Mark's is a church full of hope and grounded in the Episcopal tradition. You will experience both when you visit and we will do what we can to offer you a sense of incredible welcome. Our worship space offers a sacred space to pray and experience Jesus Christ, who is made known to us in the Scripture proclaimed and the communion that we share each Sunday. You will hear a sermon reflecting on the Bible passages of the day and learn how to apply this to our individual and common lives. Everything you need will be in the provided bulletin each Sunday.

planning your visit

Parking and Entering

St. Mark's has plenty of parking available in our parking lot that was recently expanded to accommodate everyone. Handicap spots are available near the entrance to the church. There are two doors on the side of the building facing the parking lot. As you approach the building, the door to your right leads you directly into the worship space. The door to your left leads you into a hallway that includes restrooms and our large fellowship hall. You are welcome to enter either of these doors on Sunday mornings.

What Do I Wear?

Our congregation's dress is diverse. People dress in everything from blue jeans to business suits. Come as you are and wear what is comfortable for you. You will not be judged! When you visit St. Mark's, you will be respected and welcomed as our guest. You will neither be singled out in an embarrassing way, asked to stand before the congregation, nor to come forward.


The Nursery is available for children under 5 during both services and during our adult education time at 10:00. The nursery attendants are trained child-care providers with necessary clearances and trainings.