Worship God With Us
Join us each and every Sunday at either 9:00 a.m. or 11:15 a.m. in the Sanctuary.
The experience of worship at Saint Mark is as diverse as the community that worships in our historic century-old sanctuary. With the rich Wesleyan heritage as a foundation, Saint Mark is alive in worship and in witness, bringing voice to the inclusive love of God with varied musical styles and diverse liturgical and seasonal experiences.
Although most people would call our worship style “traditional,” you will find that we worship and celebrate Jesus in many forms. For example, we feature gospel music during Black History month in February, and old-time southern gospel & bluegrass during Camp Meeting month in August. On Wednesday nights we have an innovative worship hour called Holy Improv that offers a variety of worship styles from lectio divina to jazz to Taize to centering prayer, depending on the season.
Worship is ever evolving at Saint Mark as we discover more clearly who God is, and who we are called to be as God’s people. Regardless of your background or denominational heritage, we welcome you!
Nursery: Nurseries are provided for infants and toddlers and are located on the first floor of the Education building on Sunday Morning.
Hearing & Visual Aids: Our 11:15 service has ASL interpretation for the hearing impaired. Ask an usher at the entrance to the sanctuary for Enhanced Listening Devices and large print hymnals if needed.
Parking: Free parking is available in the lot at the corner of Peachtree and Sixth Streets, the lot at the corner of Juniper and Fifth Streets, and in the paved and gravel lots directly behind the church. Parking Permits are required; please see an usher for a permit. The paved lot directly behind the church should be reserved for the elderly, families with young children and those who are disabled.