We are St. Mark's Episcopal Church, an inclusive fellowship called by God, through Christ, to love and serve the world.
In a world in which our understanding of God's love is still unfolding, we at St. Mark's are a diverse, welcoming, Christ-centered community engaged in ministry always shaped by The Episcopal Church's example of love and service for all throughout the world.
A WORD TO NEWCOMERS AND VISITORS - St. Mark's enthusiastically welcomes newcomers and visitors! First-time visitors to worship services who identify themselves as such are presented with a "love bag" containing a loaf of homemade bread, a brochure about St. Mark's, and an information card to fill out should one wish to receive Red Lion Weekly, our weekly e-newsletter, as well as other communications from St. Mark's. It is not necessary to become a "member" of St. Mark's in order to participate in the life of our community; however, if you are an Episcopalian and would like to have your "letter" transferred, or you would like to inquire about confirmation or reception into the Episcopal Church, please contact the church office.
One service of Holy Eucharist at 10 A.M. Nursery available in the Center for children 3 and under. The nursery is located in St. Mark's Center, 1110 A Paris Ave., Port Royal.
We worship at the Historic Union Church, 1004 11th Street, Port Royal.
St. Mark's provides service bulletins so that all can follow the readings and prayers taken from the Bible, The Book of Common Prayer, and other approved liturgies of The Episcopal Church.
Hymns during services are from both The Hymnal 1982 and its addendum Wonder Love and Praise. St. Mark's Ensemble, under the leadership of Music Director Diane Mullis-Waddell, offers the opportunity for anyone who likes to sing to join the group around the piano during the offertory.
Led by Interim Rector at 10 a.m. on Wednesdays; centered on the Gospel for the following Sunday. (Suspended for the Summer. Will resume in the Fall.)
HOLY EUCHARIST & HEALING SERVICE
Weekly Eucharist and Healing Service on Wednesdays at 11 a.m. at St. Mark's Center. (Suspended for the Summer. Will resume in the Fall.)