Saint Mark’s does not have a parking lot of its own, when visiting and attending services street parking can be easily found along Fifth Street and Harry Street. To accommodate our parishioners and visitors on Sundays during worship, we have an agreement with the business office across the street, so you may park there as well. St. Mark’s can also be reached by SEPTA Bus and Regional Rail via the Spring Mill or Conshohocken Stations.
We are open for inperson worship, we invite folks to mask during our worship service and have modified our worship slightly to maintain physical distancing. We continue to also feature our worship on Zoom and Facebook live. No matter where you are on your faith journey, or where in the world you are, you are welcome to join us for worship.
Here at St. Mark’s we celebrate an open table – meaning that all baptized believers are welcome to the Lord’s Table to receive Communion. We like to say that no matter where you are on your faith journey or what denomination you claim you grew up in; at this table – Jesus Christ is present for you, for healing, for forgiveness, for grace. All are welcome to commune with us.
We offer a “Soft Space” in our sanctuary for infants and toddlers. It’s an area with a rug and soft pillows that children and parents can sit together and spread out a little bit more then in the pews.
We offer a Nursery – sitting for an hour long worship service might not be the easiest for our young children, so we offer a Nursery for kids that may need a change of pace for parts of the worship service.
There are little activity bags in the back of the worship space that contain crayons, puzzles, and coloring pages that allow children to keep engaged during the worship service.
We invite children to participate in worship – we offer children their own bulletin with activities and things to work on during worship that match the Sunday lessons, we offer a children’s sermon that takes the readings for Sunday and relate them in age appropriate ways. We offer a variety of ways that kids can participate as worship assistants, from acolytes, to ushers, to even readers when they are able to read.