The parish of St. Mark welcomes you!

Thank you for showing an interest in our Parish. Here are some answers to some of the more common questions you may have. If you have further interest call the church office. Pam, our office administrator, would love to help you. 

What is it like? You will find St. Mark to be a very friendly and welcoming community. People of all ages and faiths are welcome to join us in worship. The Anglican service will either be from the Book of Common Prayer (BCP) or the Book of Alternative Services (BAS). Words to hymns and the readings are all printed in a very easy-to-follow bulletin. All those baptised are welcome at the communion table. 

What about my kids? Children of all ages are welcome in the worship services at St. Mark. Currently there is no Sunday School, but if you bring your children there are ways they can get involved and enjoy the service. We love the sound of children in the congregation. Messy Church is something we are excited about. It will take place the fourth Saturday at 4pm in the church hall. This involves a creative time to explore the month's biblical theme by getting messy!! Then a short celebration involving story, prayer, song, games and a sit-down meal together at tables.

Where do I park? There are three separate parking lots on the church property, off Hoylake and off Memorial. 

What do I wear? Casual attire is permitted and you would be welcomed as long as you are wearing something acceptable anywhere else in public. 

How can I get connected? You can call the church office with questions, or simply come to a service. Greeters will be there when you enter the church, and they will give you a bulletin to follow and show you where to sit. After the service there is coffee time where the church community gathers in the hall to chat and get connected. We'd love to meet you.