Welcome, and thank you for your interest in St. Mark’s Church.
We know checking out a new church can be daunting. What will it be like? Will the people be welcoming? Will I find something I’m looking for?
Whatever the reason you’re searching for a church in your life right now, we hope you’ll check out St. Mark’s both virtually and in person. Our Sunday worship schedule is both below and to the right. If you have questions, you can ask our Parish Administrator at 508-481-1917 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Our rector, Phil LaBelle can be reached directly at email@example.com.
Many people in our congregation did not begin their lives as Episcopalians. Some are couples where one person is from a protestant background and one a Roman Catholic and they meet in the middle. Others are people who long for a traditional liturgy. Some wanted a church where they could worship as a family. Our parish is home to people who might not agree on issues or theology or who are different in other ways, but we all gather each week to share in communion and to pray with one another, and we recognize each other as sister and brother in Christ. We hope you’ll come and worship with us.
St. Mark’s is located at 27 Main St., Southborough, just west of the intersection of Rts 85 and 30 on Main St (Rt. 30). It’s the stone church in the historic center of town. Parking is available in the lot behind our Parish Hall — if coming from the Rt85/Rt 30 light, you’ll drive past the church to get to the driveway on the right. Additionally, you may park at the Southborough Town Hall lot to our east or a Fay School lot to our west (the driveway adjacent to the church entrance). Our administrative offices, located in the Parish House, are open Monday through Friday, 9AM to 2PM.
Sunday Church Services (Rite II)
The Sunday After Labor Day to June 15th
All services are on the “45” of the hour!
7:45AM Spoken Holy Eucharist
8:45AM Family Eucharist with acoustic music
9:45AM Sunday School for all ages
10:45AM Choral Eucharist with Organ
Dress for those attending services ranges from “Sunday Best” to casual and everything in between. Please come dressed according to your level of comfort.
June 16th to Labor Day Sunday
8AM Spoken Holy Eucharist in the Main Church Building
9:30AM Informal Eucharist with acoustic music in the Parish Hall
Classes are held for children in grades K – 6 each Sunday during the school year from 9:45AM to 10:30AM in the classrooms on the second floor of the Parish Hall.
There is also a “Youth Forum” offered for students in grades 7 – 12. More information may be found on this website “Children & Youth.”
Child care for infants through age four is available free of charge from 8:40AM to 12:00PM while you attend services, but you are also welcome to have your children with you in church.
Adult Forum/Coffee Hour
From 9:45AM to 10:30AM an Adult Forum is held in the Parish Hall during which there may be a speaker or a video program on a faith-based topic followed by open discussion time. Refreshments are provided by parishioners. A list of current offerings can be found on this website.
If you would like more information about joining our Parish, please look for our “Welcome” brochure, found on the table as you enter the church through the Bell Tower entrance. Please fill out the “Tell us about your visit” section, and place it in the collection basket during the offertory or mail it to the church office. You can also contact our Parish Administrator at 508-481-1917 or firstname.lastname@example.org.