Christmas at St Mark’s 2020

Reservations for Christmas Eve/Day open at 9AM on December 7th

The old carol says “a thrill of hope a weary world rejoices,” and that may not be any more true than in 2020. This is a weary world, full of weary people. But, Christ still comes, and we will still rejoice, even if that rejoicing looks different this year.

  • All in-person services require advance sign-up
  • All in-person services require the proper use of face-coverings and social distancing
  • There will be no congregational singing at any in-person service
  • We strongly urge anyone who has any COVID symptoms, or who has been around anyone exhibiting symptoms to refrain from attending an in-person service

Christmas Eve/Day Schedule

Christmas Eve 1PM in the church
Also streamed on YouTube
Christmas Eve 5PM in the church
Also streamed on YouTube
Christmas Eve 7PM in the church
Christmas Eve 11PM in the church
Christmas Day 10AM in the church

Weekend Worship

Saturday Evening, 5PM
Sunday Morning, 8AM
Sunday Morning, 10AM

Bulletin: Sat 5 and Sun 10
Bulletin: Sun 8

The Sunday 10AM Service is also broadcast live on Facebook and YouTube.

Register to attend this Weekend
To attend in-person services, please be aware of our protocols

Mondays at 10AM:
Morning Prayer

Live on Facebook and YouTube

Tuesdays 7PM:

Live on Instagram

Wednesdays 9AM:

In-person and live on Facebook and YouTube

The Forum:  Nicea

Live on Zoom

Thursdays 12PM:
Midday Mindfulness

Live on Facebook and archived on YouTube

Pounds of produce grown and delivered this year
Feeding the Hungry

One of our favorite ministries is the Giving Garden at The Ross Farm, which provides fresh vegetables to our hungry neighbors.

Recent Videos

A Recent Sermon


Midday Mindfulness

The Adult Forum

Back to Church

Morning Prayer

VBS Home Edition
Check out our short video series on the Way of Love for children to watch and engage with at home.
The St Mark's YouTube Channel
Check out all of our recent sermons, music, adult education, children's education, etc.
Adult Formation
Check out the adult formation courses, which were produced right here at St Mark's.
Loving our neighbor

Seeking and serving Christ in ALL persons

In the summer of 2020, a group of St Markers gathered on Zoom weekly to talk about race, discrimination, and systemic racism. We used Robin DiAngelo’s book White Fragility as our text, and we looked deeply at ourselves and at the society that is built up around us.

At the beginning of the Fall of 2020 we resolved that we wanted to keep this conversation going. And so, we are.

Click here to see our page of resources