child and youth ministries

     At St. Mark's, we value the importance of honoring our heritage and passing on our faith and traditions to younger members and future generations. Christian education is a very important and integral part of life at St. Mark's - our goal is to provide programs for all members to study and learn together: to deepen our faith and grow in the love of Christ. 

nursery care available

Sundays during the 10 a.m. Service in the Nursery

Birth through 4 years old - The Nursery is open during the 10 AM worship service. Our youngest members are welcome to worship with their families or play with their friends in the Nursery. 

children's chapel

Sundays at 9:45 a.m. in the Parish Hall

Pre-K through Grade 5 - Beginning Sunday, September 17, 2017, this year's Christian education program is "Seasons of the Spirit/Encore".  This multi-age lectionary curriculum for children is based on the foundation of worship, faith formation, and service and will follow each Sunday's worship readings.   

We will join our families at The Peace so that we may participate in worship and Communion as a community.

Enroll children online at


Adult ministries

Women's Book Group

Wednesdays at 11 a.m. in the Martz Room

The book club has been meeting for about 3 years. We started by reading religious books, such as "The Hiding Place" by Corrie Ten boom; "Bad Girls of the Bible" by Liz Curtis Higgs; "Jesus the Human Face of God" by Jay Parini etc. and we added some 'best seller' novels such as "The Nightingale" and "All the Light We Cannot See".  Sometimes we watch a movie based on the book we are reading. We have some really lively discussions and good fellowship during our time together. Won't you join us?

women's retreat

Friday evening through Saturday afternoon in January or February

The women of St. Mark's gather each year for a time of fellowship and study. The retreat is held at Christ the King Seminary in East Aurora. 


Saturdays at 9 a.m. downstairs in the kitchen

This group gathers for approx 90 minutes.  It features bagels and coffee, reading from the upcoming Sunday’s lessons, a meditation from Fr. Harry Grace’s “Getting Ready for Sunday”, a lively discussion and questions which leads to “googling” and reading the footnotes in our bibles.  Everyone is welcome.  Please join us.