Worship and Prayer
Sundays @ St. Mark's
Our early service is a contemplative celebration of the Holy Eucharist using the traditional language of Rite 1 from the Book of Common Prayer.
10:00am Sunday School
Come see how we are learning traditional things in non-traditional ways.
This service celebrates the Holy Eucharist using the contemporary language of Rite 2 with some extremely joyful noise from our choir.
Join us for coffee in the Parish Hall after each service.
Nursery available 8am-12pm
The Daily Office refers to the ancient tradition of praying at certain times throughout the day (morning, noon, evening and night).
At St Mark's, a community gathers at 8am Monday through Friday to pray the morning office and invite God to be present in the activities of the day ahead.
The labyrinth is a sacred pattern, an ancient mystical tool that can help us quiet the mind and create a space for self reflection and prayer. It is not a maze. There is only one path in, one path out. Labyrinths are usually in the form of a circle with a meandering but purposeful path. The labyrinth at St. Mark's is patterned after the Chartres Cathedral labyrinth in France.
You are invited to join us in the Sanctuary for silent prayer on Mondays from 5:30 to 5:50 pm (from September until May). We begin with the sound of a bell and close our prayer with music, a reading or a bell. All forms of contemplative prayer are welcome.
For those who are beginning in Christian contemplation, we offer support and an introduction on Monday evenings at 5 pm. Simply email us in advance at email@example.com to let us know to expect you.