If the question you have about St. Mark’s is not listed below, please contact us and we will do our best to answer!
Yes. All of our church facilities are on the ground level and there is handicapped parking adjacent to the entrances. If you are not able to come forward for communion, please let an usher know and a priest will come to your pew with communion.
St. Mark’s is always growing and we would love to welcome you personally. Be sure to fill out our welcome card so that our clergy can reach out to you. We have a ton of ways to get involved. If you are looking for spiritual formation, check out our Adult Faith Formation page. If you are looking to get involved in a worship ministry, click here. If you are more interested in service ministries, check those out here.
All baptized Christians of any denomination or tradition are welcome to receive Holy Communion at St. Mark's. We have an open table and all are welcome. At this time, due to COVID-19, we are only participating in communion with the bread/host.
At St. Mark's, many people address the priests as "Father Cook" or "Father Groff." The best way to address them is to ask them how they like to be addressed. Chances are it will be their first name (Jim and Sanford).
Our St. Mark’s clergy will be happy to speak with you about your desire to be baptized, confirmed or married at our church. Contact the church office for additional information.
Of course! All clergy are more than happy to meet or talk. Click on this Clergy link to find their direct email or simply call the church office. The clergy would feel privileged to meet with you.