St. Mark offers three worship services each weekend. We basically follow the Presbyterian order of worship (PCUSA).
Feel free to ‘come as you are’ to any of our services. Enjoy a cup of coffee in our Narthex (the lobby near the main Sanctuary) before or after the service. We also have a small gift for our guests to take home. Our Welcome Center and our Ushers (those folks with red badges) are available to answer your questions. Welcome! We are glad you found us! If you can’t be with us on a given weekend sermons are available on-line here
Saturday 5:00pm: Casual Worship (Fellowship Hall)
St. Mark offers a casual Saturday worship service at 5:00 PM in Fellowship Hall. Enter through the door marked “Luke”. For those who travel frequently, work weekends or simply prefer to attend a smaller worship service, this service is for you. Saturday worship is a traditional service, with piano or keyboard, including the weekend’s sermon. Communion is offered the same weekend it is observed during the 10:30 Sunday service. Casual dress is encouraged; no one “dresses up”. Saturday worship service is usually 45-50 minutes in length. Children are always welcome in worship.
Sunday 8:30am: Morning Prayer and Communion
The Sunday 8:30am worship service is based on the Service of Morning Prayer. This service includes the weekend sermon and Communion every Sunday. Gluten-free Communion bread is available at all St. Mark communion services. A separate chalice for dipping the gluten-free bread will be available at the 8:30am worship service. This is a traditional service and includes organ accompaniment for our hymns. This service runs 45 minutes and this service meets in the main Sanctuary. Children are always welcome in worship.
Sunday 9:30am: Education Hour
Sunday 9:15am-11:30am: Childcare for Infants and Toddlers
Sunday 10:15am: Coffee Fellowship (Children’s Ministries sells donuts for $1 each)
Sunday 10:30am: Worship and Sunday Church School for 5th grade and younger
The Sunday 10:30 AM worship is a traditional service with organ music, vocals and hand bell choirs, time with children, the weekend sermon and communion once a month. This service is usually 60-70 minutes in length. Nursery is available in rooms 301 and 302. Contact the church office if van transportation is needed. This service meets in the main Sanctuary. Ushers are available to help with any questions.
A Pastor’s Simple Guide to Sermon Listening.
A simple way to grow through the sermon is to seek to complete the three following statements:
1. One point I heard in the sermon today was…
2. One way I can apply this in my life is…
3. This sermon brought to mind…
If you need a little assistance when you come to church, all you have to do is ask! Someone from our congregation would be willing to walk with you if you feel insecure, share an umbrella, hold a door open or get a wheelchair from the office.
Clearly marked handicap parking spaces can be found at both of our main entrances to the church. Our west entrance – turn left after entering the parking lot – (labeled “Matthew” over the door) has automatic door openers. We have an elevator to access our lower level, and accessible restrooms and drinking fountains.
Hearing amplification devices are available for use in the Sanctuary and can be picked up from the sound technician in the back of the Sanctuary
Large print hymnals are also available.
A wheelchair is available in the Narthex.
An Usher (those folks wearing red badges) will be happy to help provide these items to you.
The St. Mark bus, providing service for many areas, is available if you are unable to drive to church, and are able to get in and out of the St. Mark bus. Our St. Mark bus is equipped with a wheel chair lift. Please contact the Church office to make arrangements for this complimentary service.