Service Schedule

Sunday
7:15am Morning Prayer
8:00am Low Mass
9:00am Confession
   (2nd & 4th Sunday)
9:00am Beginners, Teen and Adult Bible Studies
   (September through June)
10:00am High Mass
11:30am Children's Sunday School and Catechumen's Class
   (September through June,
   during coffee hour following
   10:00 Mass)
5:00pm Evening Prayer
   (Evensong on 1st Sunday)

Monday
12:15pm Low Mass
5:45pm Evening Prayer

Tuesday
7:00am Low Mass
6:30pm Vestry Meeting (monthly,
   date varies)

Wednesday
5:45pm Evening Prayer
6:30pm Low Mass
   (6:00pm during Lent)
7:00pm Inquirers' Class

Thursday
12:15pm Low Mass with Laying On
   of Hands

Friday
12:15pm Low Mass
5:45pm Evening Prayer

Saturday
8:00am Low Mass

Parking
Parking is available on the street or in the Good Samaritan Hospital parking structure behind the Church on Marshall Street.

Parents with Young Children
A room is available adjoining the Narthex for parents with young children needing special attention during worship services.

 

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Upcoming Events

Highlights are shown below. Mass is held daily, and the regular daily service schedule is shown on the left. Complete September and October calendars are available here.

A series of Inquirers' and Confirmation Classes following Wednesday 6:30pm Masses will commence on September 17. These classes are open to anyone desiring to learn more about the Faith, membership in the parish or receiving the Sacrament of Confirmation. The classes are based on The Catholic Religion, by Vernon Staley.


Trinitytide 2014

Thirteenth Sunday after Trinity, September 14

  • 7:15am Morning Prayer
  • 8:00am Low Mass
  • 9:00am Confession
  • 9:00am Adult Religious Education
  • 10:00am High Mass
  • 5:00pm Evening Prayer

Inquirers' Classes following the Wednesday 6:30pm Masses begin on September 17.

Feast of Saint Hildegarde, Abbess ( Ember Day), Wednesday, September 17

  • 5:45pm Evening Prayer
  • 6:30pm Low Mass
  • 7:15pm Inquirers' Class

Saint Matthew the Apostle (Fourteenth Sunday after Trinity), September 21

  • 7:15am Morning Prayer
  • 8:00am Low Mass
  • 9:00am Adult Religious Education
  • 10:00am High Mass
  • 5:00pm Evening Prayer

Feast of Saint Geremar, Wednesday, September 24

  • 5:45pm Evening Prayer
  • 6:30pm Low Mass
  • 7:15pm Inquirers' Class

Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity, September 28

  • 7:15am Morning Prayer
  • 8:00am Low Mass
  • 9:00am Confession
  • 9:00am Adult Religious Education
  • 10:00am High Mass
  • 5:00pm Evening Prayer

Feast of Saint Michael and All Angels, Monday, September 29

  • 12:15pm Low Mass
  • 5:45pm Evening Prayer
  • 6:30pm Low Mass

Feast of Saint Remigius, Bishop of Rheims, Wednesday, October 1

  • 5:45pm Evening Prayer
  • 6:30pm Low Mass
  • 7:15pm Inquirers' Class

Looking Ahead

Michaelmas Celebration follows the 10:00am Mass, Sunday, October 5

Feast of Saint Luke the Evangelist, Saturday, October 18

 

 

On Unity Within
the Catholic Church


The Parish of Saint Mark is a member of the Anglican Province of Christ the King, the Western States Diocese, under Archbishop James E. Provence.

Beloved, when I gave all diligence to write unto you of the common salvation, it was needful for me to write unto you, and exhort you that ye should earnestly contend for the faith which was once delivered unto the saints. - Jude 1:3

We profess the Holy Catholic and Apostolic Faith professed by the whole Church before the disunion of East and West; more particularly, as professed by the Church of England... - Thomas Ken, Bishop of Bath and Wells, England (1637 ~ 1711)

The Parish of Saint Mark strives to teach and practice the "faith which was once delivered unto the saints", the original teachings of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, with nothing added or removed.

This is the faith of C. S Lewis, T. S. Eliot and William Shakespeare. It is a Traditional Episcopal and Anglo-Catholic expression of the faith of the "One Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church".

We seek to "follow Christ, to worship God...and to work and pray and give for the spread of his Kingdom." (Book of Common Prayer, p. 291)

More about our faith and beliefs may be found here.