Welcome to St. Mark’s Presbyterian Church!

Moved by compassion and rooted in faith, we are a community actively engaged in ministries of peace, justice and reconciliation. Gospel-based hospitality and welcome form the heart of our congregation. We are LGBTQ+ inclusive, committed to gender and racial equity, and honor the dignity of all persons. We are thoughtful; we are creative; we are joyful; we are persistent! Through worship, prayer, and action, we seek to become the Beloved Community reflecting the love and justice of Jesus Christ.

We are part of the Presbytery de Cristo, the Synod of the Southwest, and the Presbyterian Church USA.

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You’re In Good Company.

What a warm and welcoming community of worshipers. My husband and I have been looking for a church home that is practicing what is preached and I think we can stop looking.

Ahren A.

A welcoming church congregation with a strong social justice mission.

Elizabeth K.

Worshiped there recently. An amazing place. Pastor Bart is a rock star and the worship experience was super meaningful.

John M.

This church is my spiritual home. I fine comfort and love which gives me strength to continue my journey.

Phil B.

Amazing, progressive, active and creative congregation.

Lisie G.

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Upcoming Events

Blues Sunday

March 8 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm

Headlining St. Mark’s Blues Sunday this year is "Heather "Lil Mama" Hardy on vocals! She will be joined by John Snavely, clarinet; Manny Aldaz, trumpet; Jared Aragon, piano; Mike Levy, bass; Mike Smith, drums; and Rob Boone on trombone. Blues Sunday is held in Lent, a time to contemplate the human experience of suffering, brokenness,

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Last Sunday in the elementary Sunday school conversation, participants chose to explore “Jesus’ First Miracle,” the story in which Jesus turns water to wine at the wedding ceremony. Our church is blessed with so many curious and imaginative children! ... See MoreSee Less

Last Sunday in the elementary Sunday school conversation, participants chose to explore “Jesus’ First Miracle,” the story in which Jesus turns water to wine at the wedding ceremony. Our church is blessed with so many curious and imaginative children!

Imposition of Ashes one week from today, at noon (Miramonte Park) and 5:00 (St. Mark’s Columbarium).

“Remember that you are dust and to dust you will return.”
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Imposition of Ashes one week from today, at noon (Miramonte Park) and 5:00 (St. Mark’s Columbarium). 

“Remember that you are dust and to dust you will return.”

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And the monthly neighborhood dinner is afterwards. Come to that also.

For the prelude during yesterday’s service, our illustrious pianist and organist Jared Aragón offered "Exultation" by Henry Cowell, composed in 1919. Turn on the volume and listen to the piece, but also watch how he plays it! 

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Jarrod is so talented! We are so lucky to have him as a part of our church.

For this Valentine’s Day, let’s love our neighbors as ourselves... by showing up for the kickoff of the Justice for All / Justicia Para Todos Initiative Campaign in Pima County, this Saturday 2/15 at 10:00 AM at 2432 E. Broadway! Come out and show your support for the right to counsel for all Pima County families in deportation proceedings. ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less

For this Valentine’s Day, let’s love our neighbors as ourselves... by showing up for the kickoff of the Justice for All / Justicia Para Todos Initiative Campaign in Pima County, this Saturday 2/15 at 10:00 AM at 2432 E. Broadway! Come out and show your support for the right to counsel for all Pima County families in deportation proceedings. ❤️
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Imposition of Ashes one week from today, at noon (Miramonte Park) and 5:00 (St. Mark’s Columbarium). “Remember that you are dust and to dust you will return.” #AshWednesday #Lent #worship #Tucson #Miramonte… https://t.co/Pfl3gXapwo

For the prelude during yesterday’s service, our illustrious pianist and organist Jared Aragón (@jrdscrgn) offered "Exultation" by Henry Cowell. composed in 1919. Check this out! (Video credit: Sylvia Thorson-Smith)… https://t.co/jICeBCDvyg

For this Valentine’s Day, let’s love our neighbors as ourselves... by showing up for the kickoff of the Justice for All / Justicia Para Todos Initiative Campaign in Pima County, this Saturday 2/15 at 10:00 AM at… https://t.co/HuMiZlzcs2

Yay for the freedom to put #Matthew25 into practice! #humanitarianaidisneveracrime https://t.co/13d5n9JZ7w

Since its launch, the Healthy Pastors, Healthy Congregations program has positively impacted the lives of many #PCUSA pastors and their #congregations. This story illustrates how the program has transformed Lower Brandywine Presbyterian Church. https://t.co/wJ5TpY3F9z

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Phone: (520)325-1001
Fax: (520)327-4599
Email: stmarksaz@gmail.com
Address: 3809 E. 3rd St. Tucson, AZ 85716
Office Hours: 9am to 4pm / Monday – Thursday