Welcome to St. Mark's Episcopal Church

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At St. Mark's, we strive to be followers of the Way of Jesus, "doers of the word" (James 1:22) in the varied traditions of The Episcopal Church. We are a worshiping and service community of about 100 people—you'll see about half of us on any given Sunday. And you'll see a others of us at various activities during the week.

We think the best way to get to know us is by worshiping with us, serving with us, and meeting with us in small groups for study and formation.

Most of us can remember what our first day at St. Mark's felt like, so we encourage you to take a chance on us—we may be just what you're looking for.

Want to learn more about St. Mark's?  Check out "I'm New."

What to learn more about what The Episcopal Church is about? Check out resources. Coming to St. Mark's for the Great Vigil of Easter (6 am) or the Easter Festal Eucharist (9:30 am) would be a good introduction, because so much of who we are and who we try to be is articulated in the liturgies of the day. Our Presiding Bishop Michael Curry talks about some of this in his Easter message. Take a look!

Want to learn more about the history of the Episcopal Church or about the history of St. Mark's? Check out "History."

Want to be in touch with a real human being? or phone our Rector, The Rev. Robin Biffle.

There are many paths toward encounter and engagement with God—St. Mark's offers one.