Worship At St. Mark’s
The Core Values of St. Mark’s says this about our Worship:
Our worship of God: Father, Son and Holy Spirit, is to be found in the ministry of the Word and Sacraments according to the Bible and the Book of Common Prayer. The reverence and warmth of our worship is enhanced by sacred liturgical music, both ancient and modern, and by St. Mark’s traditional architecture. We welcome all sorts and conditions of people who wish to worship in this place we love. We pray that all will leave refreshed, in peace and strengthened for Christian service.
Each of the regular weekly services at St. Mark’s is united in its use of the Book of Common Prayer but each is slightly different from the next. Special services throughout the year may find the congregation in the garden or in the back yard of a private home for a “Traveling Eucharist” by the pool. Taize services, quiet meditations and vigils are all a part of the fabric of our community of faith at different times throughout the year. Worshiping the Lord our God in the beauty of holiness is the gift we receive and share with all who enter our doors.
All Christians who are baptized in the Name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit are welcome to receive Holy Eucharist at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church.