St. Mark’s Episcopal Church is a refuge from the day-to-day, a community of active and caring people, and a place to nourish your heart, mind, and soul. We invite you to join us on Sundays and throughout the week. We’re a very social parish with dozens of ministries and ways to get involved.

New Visitors

Do you know that nervous yet excited feeling that comes with the first day of school or the first day of a new job? Well, when you visit St. Mark’s, we want you to feel the excitement part minus the nerves. Our priests and parishioners are Marco Islanders and mainlanders with a common purpose – to love one another and to share that love with you.

All are welcome in our house of worship and all baptized Christians of all denominations are welcome to take Holy Communion.

Come bask in His light, meet the people who make St. Mark’s, St. Mark’s, and feel the joy that we create, celebrate, and share together.

Join Us In Person

You are cordially invited to join us in Church every Sunday. We are deeply grateful that we can open our doors wide and once again sing and pray, celebrate and connect together. We return with a greater awareness of how precious life is, and how important community truly is.

In order to have the safest gatherings possible, masks are required of everyone regardless of vaccination status. If you are new or have been away, you’ll recognize the welcoming smiles in our eyes here to greet you.

✞ Worship Times

June-November
» One Sunday Service at 9:15 a.m.

December-May
» Contemplative Sunday Service, 8 a.m. (Jan.-May only)
» Contemporary Sunday Service, 9 a.m.
» Traditional Sunday Service, 10:30 a.m.

Watch Live

Thanks to the power of live streaming, our Sunday services are now webcast to all who want to participate. We use the Vimeo video platform, and Facebook, to deliver high-definition video to your phone, laptop, or desktop. Tune in on Sunday morning and let the spirit of the Lord touch you, wherever you happen to be.

Recent Sermons

Would you like to revisit a recent sermon, or watch a sermon that you may have missed on Sunday? Please visit our Vimeo page where we archive our sermons.