Planning a visit?

Everyone is welcome to any of our five weekly worship services, each of which features Holy Communion and relevant teaching about the Bible. Bulletins are used at every service to provide guidance through the worship service, including music and readings. It's easy to follow along.

5:00 pm casual service (in the chapel), 1 hour 

8:00 am traditional service, no music (in the chapel), 1 hour
9:00 am traditional service (in the main church), 1 hour and 20 minutes
10:30 am traditional service (in the main church) , 1 hour and 20 minutes

7:30 am healing focus (in the chapel), 1 hour

More information on the services including Communion and how our children and youth participate can be found on our What to Expect page.


Parking is available in the lot off of Fulton Street and on the streets. There are several entrances that are easy to find. Do note that on occasions Geneva festivals and town activities can make parking more of a challenge.

Get Connected

For those who are new to St. Mark's, new to Christianity, or just interested to see what it's all about, we have two ways to get connected:

Our weekly newsletter, The St. Marker, is published on Fridays and arrives by e-mail. News and announcements about what is happening at St. Mark's and in our community are featured. Sign up now if you would like to receive a copy.