Come Home to Saint Mark

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We at Saint Mark United Methodist Church are fortunate to be prominently located in the heart of Midtown Atlanta at the corner of Peachtree and Fifth Streets. Our three red doors make the church easy to recognize and we take great pride in making sure those doors are open to our neighbors of all ages, races, and life situations. Our church is known for its extensive mission programs (link), its wonderful children and youth programs(links), and its fantastic music and fine arts programs (link). If these programs are of interest to you, we hope you will feel welcome to explore the site and find opportunities to visit and get to know us better. We would love to meet you, and we think you will be pleased with the Spirit that you find. It might even be a homecoming for you. But ministries are only a part of our story. The most important part of Saint Mark is our people: their caring, their openness, and their willingness to be in service to the world. Our motto – Loving, Accepting, Serving – truly describes who we are and how we do church.

The Saint Mark Mission Statement

“Called and unified by God’s grace, we are a grateful and diverse congregation of believers. From our contemporary urban setting strengthened by community, worship and study, we humbly strive to emulate the life of Christ. Sustained and empowered by our Christian faith, we go into the world to make a difference, joyfully serving all of God’s creation.”

The Saint Mark Welcome Statement

“As a United Methodist Church we are proud to be a congregation with open hearts, open minds, and open doors. We strive to be a congregation that embodies God’s absolute love and hospitality, proclaiming Jesus as our savior and as our model of the ultimate embodiment of God’s love. We believe that all persons are of sacred worth and dignity as part of God’s good creation. Saint Mark United Methodist Church welcomes all persons into the full life and ministry of our congregation, regardless of race, culture, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, family or socioeconomic status, physical or mental ability, or faith history.”

When we say everyone is welcome at Saint Mark we truly mean everyone. We hope you will visit us and let us extend to you the love of Christ Jesus.

Click here to learn about the history of Saint Mark