Please contact the church office if you are interested in volunteering with any of these worship ministries.

    While clergy lead St. Mark’s worship, people of all ages and experiences contribute their service, leadership, talents, time and assistance in preparation for weekend and weekday services.


    Acolytes are trained to assist at the altar and in processions during worship. Great for young people in 3rd grade and older. Acolyte Training Video

    Altar Guild 

    Members are responsible for tending the altars for worship. Training is provided for new members.


    Baptism Banners 

    Assemble personalized banners for baptism.     


    Provides music leadership at the 10 am Eucharist and other Holy Days. Rehearsals are Wednesdays at 7:30 pm & Sundays at 9:15 am.

    Eucharistic Minister 

    Chalice bearers are licensed by the bishop to assist with the administration of the chalice during the Eucharist. Training is required.

    Flower Guild

    Volunteers purchase flowers on Friday and arrange them for the weekend services on Saturday.


    Greeters serve at Sunday services by identifying and welcoming visitors and newcomers to St. Mark's. A spirit of hospitality and friendliness are needed!


    The Labyrinth is an archetype, a divine imprint, found in all religious traditions. Labyrinths have only one path so there are no tricks, no dead ends. The path winds throughout and becomes a mirror for where we are in our lives, touching our sorrows and releasing our joys.


    Lay Readers

    Lay readers read the lessons and lead the Prayers of the People at all worship services.                                                     (Saturday 5:30 pm, Sunday 8 am and 10 am)

    Liturgical Banners

    Design and construct banners used in worship.

    Oblation Bearers

    Oblation Bearers carry the bread and wine to the altar at the Offertory. Families and their children are welcome.

    Offering Counters

    Volunteers meet on Monday mornings to count, record and deposit the weekly offerings.


    Ushers assist at services by greeting people, passing out bulletins, assisting with seating, taking up the offering, and guiding people to the communion rail.


    Laypersons who assist in the ordering of the religious services. Vergers are the masters of ceremony during worship.