• Who We Are

    We are called by God to build a community, a church.  This gathering is called to a covenant with Jesus Christ and one another to be passionate, compassionate, and inclusive; forbearing one another with humility.  We confess we are prideful, selfish, lonely, incomplete, sinful, and in need of God’s grace.

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  • What We Are Called To Do

    We believe and have faith in God who is merciful, generous, and almighty showing love and power beyond our expectation.  This God calls us to trust and know more about Jesus Christ.  Jesus teaches us and reveals most completely who God is and what we are to do in service to God by loving one another.

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  • Inspired, Forgiven and Empowered

    We are inspired, forgiven, and empowered to learn as a community and together work to transform the world.  So our mission is to live our faith together and work in the world to build what Jesus calls the “Kingdom of God.”

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  • Join us after worship in fellowship for light refreshments.  Feed the needy at the Coalition for the Homeless or Grace

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  • Full of joyful praise, reverent prayers, and intentional attention to Jesus Christ, we seek the Holy Spirit's power to move

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  • Meaningful, inspirational, heartfelt!  Our Chancel Choir, Jubilate Ringers (handbell choir) and pipe organ all make a joyful noise. Join us

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Logo with the lion and the lamb

Full of joyful praise, reverent prayers, and intentional attention to Jesus Christ, we seek the Holy Spirit's power to move in and through us.  As we worship, we open our hearts to the living to God.  We celebrate God's gracious love and rely on God's power. 

 

Here at St. Mark’s we have a traditional worship service every Sunday morning at 11:00. It is filled with joyful music, contemplative prayer, and reading and proclaiming the Word of God. We celebrate The Lord’s Supper on the first Sunday of each month and all are welcome around the Table. The Worship and praising of God in community is an important part of what it means to be a Christian. We can learn from each other and celebrate in the fact that God is our Creator, Redeemer, and Sustainer! “This is the day that the Lord has made! Let us rejoice and be glad in it!” –Psalm 118:24