Holy Eucharist is a service at which Communion is offered.
Anyone desiring Communion is welcome at St. Mark’s altar rail.
Holy Eucharist, Rite I
Traditional service without the choir.
The language of Rite I is more formal than Rite II
and addresses God in a more traditional manner.
Holy Eucharist, Rite II
Choral Eucharist with the Parish Choir.
This is a Rite II Eucharist, using more modern language, and is typically considered the family service.
Each Sunday during the 10:30 service, children K-3rd grade gather at the beginning of the first lesson for Children’s Chapel. The Chapel Leader leads the children from the church to the chapel, and then back to the church to join their family for the Eucharist.
Taize Holy Eucharist
The service includes quiet music, candles, and ancient devotional art to create a sense of peace and contemplation.
What about the kids?
We encourage parents to allow their children to attend church services with them. A nursery for infants through kindergarten is also available each Sunday from 7:45 a.m. until after the 10:30 service. The nursery is also available for the 5:00 p.m. Taize service. If you leave your child in the nursery, we encourage you pick up him/her at Communion so that your family may celebrate the Eucharist together.
The nursery is in the Willcox Building. Click here for a campus map.
Morning Prayer at 8:15 a.m. each weekday morning in the Chapel
Holy Eucharist with Holy Unction and Prayers for Healing at 5:30 p.m.
on Wednesday in the Chapel