All Are Welcome
Join us on Saturdays or Sundays
You are welcome to join us on Saturday from 5-6 p.m., or on Sunday from 9:30-10:30 a.m. Both services are led by our Pastor, Mark Davis, and offer the same message and sermon, live music and song, while creating a different type of worship experience. Regarding attire, wear what is comfortable for you!
St. Mark is a wheelchair-accessible facility, and hearing devices and large print hymnals are available upon request.
Saturdays @ 5
Our Saturdays @ 5 service is a warm, contemplative service that combines the traditions of a sermon and communion, and musical accompaniment by our professional Synerjazz musicians and singers.
Once a month after worship, we join together at Muldoon’s Irish Pub (across the street in Fashion Island) for a lively time of fellowship, food and music by Pastor Davis (on sax) and Synerjazz from 6:30-8:00 p.m. All ages are welcome!
Sundays at 9:30
Our Sunday morning service is a more traditional worship experience, and features music by our Chancel Choir and Bell Choirs, and guest soloists/musicians. After worship, join us for coffee and refreshments on the patio. You’re also welcome to browse the variety of books offered in our Bonhoeffer Room next to the Sanctuary.
PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH
For newborns through toddlers, childcare is available Sunday mornings in the nursery rooms located in the Sanctuary building. There is also a soundproof “cry room” adjacent to the Sanctuary to allow parents with newborns to continue to view and hear the worship service.
Available Sunday mornings for preschoolers (ages 3 to 4), elementary school (grades 1-3), and Tweens (4th-6th grades), offering age-appropriate study for each group.
The St. Mark Youth Group
For grades 7-12, the youth group typically meets Sunday evenings from 5:30-7:00 p.m., but check the Google calendar for updates, as meeting times may change to fit the busy schedules of these students. NOTE: The Youth Group is currently meeting virtually online. For more information, contact Jenn McCullough.
You can prepare to participate from home by gathering these items: A container of hand sanitizer; a marker; bread and wine; and a mask that you are willing to write on with your marker.