Children are not only fully capable of worshiping the One, True God, God in Christ tells us we are to become LIKE THEM in order to know Him more. That's why all of our programming for children is focused on worship first!
Summer Worship Hour for children aged five years through fifth grade begins on June 13. Join Miss Stacie as she leads liturgical worship with songs, prayer, Bible reading, and responses.
Children meet in downstairs, children's ministry area at 9:00 am and join their parents at the Eucharist around 10:00am in the main worship space. Children should be signed in upon arrival.
St. Mark's always welcomes children in its main worship services (8, 9, and 10:30am), including in the fifteen Sundays of summer!
Church bags are always at the ready for young worshipers, filled with Bible-centered engagement for those times when they just need a little extra to make it through the service. Find them on the coat rack by the nave doors.
Our nursery runs at the 9 and 10:30am services and is open for children birth-5 years old.
Join Miss Stacie as we grow in Jesus! June 22-24 from 9-11:30am. Click below for more info!
Enrich your child's life by enriching the life of the church. Opportunities for children to serve the church abound! From reading the Old Testament lessons in worship, acolyting, to volunteering in the nursery, and more, our tweens and teens can offer their servants' hands and hearts. Contact Stacie Johnson, StM Kid's Ministry Director at for more information or to sign your child up.
Did you miss seeing this year's "HOME-MADE" pageant? Click on the header to view or view again!
Join Miss Stacie for this summer's fun and Christ-centered Bible camp! Click on the words above to learn more!
Our programming is impossible without devoted volunteers. Ministry needs include greeters, teaching shepherds and special event volunteers.
We welcome all children who have been baptized to receive Holy Communion in our Eucharistic Worship Services. If your child has not been baptized, he is welcome to come forward, but please have him cross his arms at the altar rail in order to receive a blessing from our ministers.
If you'd like to learn more about infant baptism or to view information regarding adult baptism, please contact our office to schedule a meeting with one of our ministers at