- Eucharist Rite I (formal language)
Sunday mornings at 8:00 am
- Eucharist Rite II (contemporary language)
Sunday mornings at 10:30 am
with choir (September to May)
Eucharist Rite II (contemporary language)
Wednesdays at noon, offering laying on of hands for healing
First Sundays at 9:00. This liturgy is designed to be especially senstive to people with special needs. It includes projected texts and images, as well as an anthem by a member of Saint Mark’s Choir. It lasts about thirty minutes.
- The Holy Eucharist is also celebrated in the retirement communities of Friendship Village (second Thursdays) and First Community (third Thursdays) at 11:00 am.
The principal act of worship each week is The Holy Eucharist, when the community gathers to hear God’s Word spoken and interpreted, sing, pray and gather to receive the bread and wine of Holy Communion. The 8:00 service on Sunday is quieter and more formal, while 10:30 often includes one of the choirs and is the largest gathering. On Wednesdays at noon the Eucharist is celebrated with prayers for healing, and often commemorates a figure of inspiration from the life of the church.