Worship with us

Important notice!  For the health and safety of our congregants we have paused in-person worship services. This situation is constantly changing, so please check back with us for the latest information about worship in our Sanctuary. Until then, please join us at 9:45 a.m. on Sundays for STREAMED WORSHIP, online. Use this link to access our stream. Or go to the home page and click LIVE WORSHIP from the menu. 

We are a United Methodist congregation that truly seeks to live out “open hearts, open minds, and open doors.” Our people actively seek to show hospitality to newcomers. We are also deeply committed to reaching out and serving in our community.

Worship draws us close to God and strengthens us for serving Christ in the world. Most people find services at St. Mark’s to fall comfortably between formal and informal, with Scripture, music, prayer and a message all contributing to the worship experience. On the first Sunday of each month, we also celebrate Holy Communion, which is open to everyone. You don’t need to be a member, because ALL are welcome at Christ’s communion table.

All services are inter-generational; it’s a matter of personal preference but not age!

Sunday worship

Traditional 8:15 a.m. and 9:45 a.m.*
(*Watch  Streaming Worship  at 9:45 a.m. on Sunday)

Modern The Gathering 11:15 a.m.

Wednesday Worship

Soul Station 5:45 – 7:15 p.m.
5:45 p.m. Community Meal
6:15 p.m. Program
7:05 p.m. Holy Communion

There’s something for all ages!

Our traditional services include organ and/or piano music, and anthems from our Chancel Choir and Celebration Singers. Our congregational singing makes use of the hymn book as well as projections on a large screen.

Our modern service The Gathering is an energetic, multi-sensory worship experience led by our Praise Team vocalists and band.

All Sunday services offer the same Scripture and message of the week.



Complimentary nursery care is available during each service, but children are also welcome in worship. On all but the first Sunday of each month, our worship includes a time with the children (and frequently involves puppets). In addition, on the north wall (near the organ) you’ll find a door to the infant hospitality room – a place for parents and young worshipers who may be in need of feeding, changing or comforting. Feel free to slip through that door at any time.