Worship With Us

Worship at St. Mark's and St. John's provides the spiritual energy that fuels our community. Every week there is a Sunday service with we celebrate the Eucharist and a weekday healing service.

Holy Eucharist Service
Sundays, 9:15 am

Healing Service
Wednesdays, 12pm



Sunday Worship

Sundays at 9:15 AM

Come as you are, pour yourself a cup of coffee, and be prepared to spend some quality time with God and a wonderful group of people. Our services are based on the  Book of Common Prayer Sunday Eucharist Service with some contemporary prayers and music added. Our worship setting is circular which represents that we are all equal in the eyes of God. Worship is available in person or online through our live stream.

Prayer Group

Healing Service

Wednesdays at 12 PM

This spoken service is held outside in the Church Garden during the warmer weather, and inside the sanctuary otherwise. A small group gathers to pray for individual needs and the needs of the greater community and partakes in the Eucharist. This service has been a consistent weekly offering over

the past fourteen years.


Special Liturgies

SMSJ offers special celebrations for a number of Holy Days in the church calendar including

Christmas, Ash Wednesday, 

Holy Week Services,

 Easter, Pentecost,

and All Saint’s Day All Saints DayThanksgiving.


All Saints - Sun, Nov 3, 9:15 am

Thanksgiving Day - Nov 25, 10 am

Christmas Eve - 7 pm

Christmas Day - 10 am



We love baptisms! If you would like to receive the sacrament of baptism for you or your child, contact us for more information. We will happily meet with you and review our process for baptism in the Episcopal church. Baptisms are traditionally celebrated on:
All Saints Day (October 31, 2021)   Feast of the Baptism of our Lord (January 9, 2022)

Easter Day (April 17, 2022)  Pentecost (June 5, 2022)



One of the great joys of parish life is to share with a couple in the joyful and profound moment that is marriage. Your wedding day is one that you will never forget and we are eager to help make the experience meaningful and special. 



The Church is here to help you through your time of grief by offering comfort and assistance with the decisions, obligations, and religious services so important to the healing process. The priest will be available to offer spiritual support and practical guidance. This will include prayer with the family, working with the funeral home you select, deciding on the time and place for the funeral, determining the nature of the service, and choosing appropriate Scripture readings. Contact the Rector for more information.