September 2018  
Today's Events


Food on the 4th
Bring your filled blue bags
Holy Eucharist, Rite II
8:00 AM to 9:00 AM
Our early communion service with some music.
Holy Eucharist, Rite II
10:00 AM to 11:15 AM
Our main service with full organ (no choir or children's program during summer months).
Children's Sunday School
10:00 AM
Classes meet in the lower level classrooms.
Vestry Liaison: John Richardson

As a faith community, we gather together to mark the changing seasons of the year and of our lives.  We are thereby reminded of “who we are” … and to whom we all belong.  Over the course of a lifetime, throughout all of life’s joys and sorrows, our worship reminds us of God’s love. 

Sunday       8 & 10 am     Holy Eucharist
Thursday   10 am            Holy Eucharist at the
   (1st & 3rd Thursdays)            Rogue Valley Manor
Friday        11 am            Holy Eucharist (a spoken healing service)

Please see the
Service Times   tab.

Altar Guild (meets quarterly as announced) - These volunteers prepare the altar for all services at St. Mark's. See the current schedule under 'Groups & Activities' tab.

Music Ministry - Few of us appreciate the work that goes into the moment when the music begins – the care taken in selecting pieces appropriate to a given day or occasion, the coordination of the musicians that will be involved in a particular service or performance, the hours of rehearsal required of those who play the organ or piano, sing anthems and lead hymns … or ring bells! See current offerings under the 'Groups & Activities' tab.

In addition to the importance of music in our worship, our “Music at St. Mark’s” series opens the doors of our church to a much wider community who sees St. Mark’s as the home of a very high standard of musical excellence.

Please visit the 'Music at St Mark's' tab for the latest in concert information and donation opportunities.

Worship Commission (quarterly, usually the 3rd Saturday at 10 a.m.)  - Members of the Worship Commission meet to plan and coordinate the details of these many services.  At each service, members of the assembled body share in leading our worship – reading lessons, bidding prayers, helping us all lift our voices in prayer and praise.  Through worship, we share in a ministry that helps us all “hear and proclaim the Good News of God’s love for everyone.”