Join Us for Worship at St. Mark!

Where Jesus and Justice peacefully co-exist!
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We gather for worship on Saturdays at 5:00 pm and at 9:30 am on Sundays.  

And we continue to practice our faith and love for one another by live streaming both worship services on our YouTube channel.

2200 San Joaquin Hills Road
Newport Beach, CA 92660
(949) 644-1341


St. Mark is a growing, open and affirming community where all are welcome, wherever you may be on your faith journey.


We gather for worship on Saturdays at 5:00 pm and at 9:30 am on Sundays or join us online. The Sunday worship service will be available on our website. Saturdays are available on our YouTube channel. 


There’s a lot happening at St. Mark! Because we care about each other and about the world around us, we put our faith into action in a variety of ways that fit our interests and schedules.

Our Mission & Vision

At St. Mark Presbyterian, our mission is to act as God’s hands and voice

Our vision is to be a nurturing and welcoming spiritual home, embodying God’s inclusive love and compassion.

Latest Message

Sunday, March 19, 2023

Social justice in action.

At St. Mark Presbyterian Church, you’ll find a diverse community passionate about caring for our environment, our neighbors and figuring out how our faith intersects with the world around us.
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OUR SErvices

Join Us  Saturdays at 5:00 pm
and Sundays at 9:30 am

Sunday Morning: 9:30 am

Services to Fit Your Lifestyle

We know how busy life can get. With services on different days and different times, St. Mark Presbyterian offers you a choice of when to join us for worship.

Unique Worship Experiences

Our Saturday evening services are accompanied by the SynerJazz Trio, while our Sunday morning services feature music by our Chancel Choir.

Sunday School & Childcare

We provide childcare for newborns and toddlers on Sunday mornings and children through 6th grade meet for Sunday School during the second half of the service.


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