111 S. Jefferson—across from the public library. On Jefferson between 1st and 2nd streets.
Usually Holy Eucharist, occasionally Morning Prayer. With choir and musicians. Infants, toddlers, and children welcome. Check the calendar to see what's up this Sunday.
5 pm, 1st Sundays (October through May)
"Welcome Table"—A celebration of the Holy Eucharist with our youngest members in mind: fewer words and more movement than our morning service. Offered October through May. The Holy Meal is followed by another holy meal—pizza and ice cream—at 6pm. Please join us.
5pm, 2nd Sundays (September through May)
Taizé—A candlelit, reflective time of short meditations and simple chants in the Taizé tradition. (30 min) Afterward, there is a brief optional service of the Holy Communion for those who wish to remain. (10 min)
Mondays 12:00pm and 8:00pm
Centering Prayer groups meet to encourage new practitioners and support those seasoned in this discipline. No experience necessary. 30 minutes. At the 8:00pm gathering, Centering Prayer is preceded by the brief liturgy of Compline, the last monastic office of the day.
An intimate "Slow Church" celebration in the round. We draw from a wider range of liturgical resources than we do on Sunday mornings. Usually Holy Eucharist, occasionally Midday Prayer. Shared reflection in place of the sermon. Check the Calendar to see what's up this week.
Seasonally—Now, during the season of Lent
Check the calendar frequently to see what liturgical celebrations and worship opportunities are coming up. We offer special liturgies for many occasions in the life of the Church and in the life of the wider world.
Oh, and ... Parking
Weekday parking can be tricky as we vie for space with users of the library and city hall. There are a couple of spaces behind St. Mark's, coveted on-street parking in front of the church, and more on 1st and 2nd streets. (As a courtesy, please do not park in the strip parking across the alley from the church building—you'll see signs designating it for our neighbor medical practice.)
Sundays and federal holidays are usually wide open, and the spaces in the lot around the City Hall complex between 2nd and 3rd streets are available, too. If you're able-bodied, please leave the spaces in front of the church building for those who aren't.
There is a 10-minute loading zone in front of the church, but it's usually occupied by someone who ignores the sign, so don't count on it.
The city's single nearest allotted handicapped parking space is across Jefferson St., the first nearest on-street spot on the 1st St. side of the library. If you have parking concerns, please contact us and we'll see if we can help you find what you need .... (We have a "secret" space or two.)