Worship is a fundamental part of St. Mark’s identity as a community of faith. Our worship is ordered by the Book of Common Prayer. In weaving together the ancient rhythms of worship with forms that embrace present day realities and needs, we hope to engage in worship that is both traditional and transformative.


Lay members actively engage in worship and there are many ways in which we serve. Our volunteer parish choir and Juget Sinclar Organ, Opus 32 add to the beauty of our worship.

As part of the world-wide Anglican Communion, we worship using a Book of Common Prayer [BCP], the first of which was published in England in 1549 and that has since been revised and adapted to meet the needs of people worshipping in different times and places. See more.

At St. Mark’s everyone is encouraged to join in singing, praying, listening and receiving communion.   If you would like to become more involved in the worship service, we have many different types of opportunities. See more.

The choir of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church is a volunteer parish choir. A wide variety of music is offered from contemporary composers to the great masters of the Romantic, Classical and Renaissance periods.  Special emphasis is placed upon the singing of Psalms in the Anglican tradition in which the congregation fully participates. See more.

The Juget-Sinclair Organ, Opus 32, 2009 is a tracker (mechanical action) organ of twenty stops. Its French-inspired voicing produces the warmth and color for 19th- and 20th-century music yet has the crystal clarity required for Baroque music.  See more.

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