Welcome Home

There’s an old saying that church is not something you go to, it’s a family you belong to. This is true of our community here at St. Mark’s. We are a family that loves, rejoices, and celebrates together. You can feel the love when you walk in the door.
We are a worshiping community that asks, seeks and doubts together as we explore our life with God. There is no judgement here, only acceptance. Whether you are Jewish, Protestant, Catholic, Buddhist or “NONE”, we invite you to come feel the LOVE in this place that we call our spiritual home.
So what’s holding you back? Come in and sit for a while. Let God wash over you through music, scripture and the love found in our community. When you’re done, we hope that you will leave healed. We pray that you will be at peace with yourself and the world.
What can you expect when you visit?
  • Preaching that speaks to life’s challenges.
  • Worship services that celebrate the ancient sacrament of the Eucharist (Communion), just as the first Christians did over 2000 years ago.
  • Diverse musical offerings, from Bach played masterfully on the organ to Choral Music in the Anglican tradition, to contemporary worship music. It’s all here.
  • People of all ages from all over the country.
  • Families with young children. We encourage children to remain with us during worship.
  • Education opportunities that explore Christianity – not as a means to endorse a “right way” of believing – but as a way to encounter Jesus in our lives.
  • And, in the Episcopal Tradition, a community that asks deep questions about Jesus, the Bible and our relationship with the Divine.
Come find out what you’re missing!
In Peace and Love,
Rev. Jessica Harris Babcock, Rector