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.


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.


Enhance Your Faith


Schedule, Programs and Past Sermons


Helping the Community

Come Visit us This Weekend

It's not too late to join us in celebrating the Season of Creation– there are still two Sundays left of this special season! Join us for worship at 10:30am in-person or online at youtube.com/StMarksAZ!

[Image description: a image of the St. Mark's baptismal font with new ...liturgical paraments in front of a desert landscape. A text frame behind reads: The Desert, Isaiah dares us to imagine, becomes a place where the Creator shows up and does what the Creator has done before and will do again, and that is: bring captives into freedom, bring peace out of war– bring nothing less than life out of death."

“A pastoral letter on 9/11 and all that’s happened since then”

#September11 #PCUSA https://www.presbyterianmission.org/story/a-pastoral-letter-on-9-11-and-all-thats-happened-since-then/

Reviving a long-standing annual tradition, a hardworking crew of St. Markans pitched in at the Montlure Presbyterian Camp this past Labor Day weekend. Montlure has been a movable operation since the Wallow Fire 10 years ago, but fans are hopeful for a return to Greer in 2022 or 2023.

If ...you’re interested in learning more about this work of restoration, or the incredible ministry with young people Montlure presently does, visit Montlure.org or speak with St. Mark’s member and Montlure Council President, Cameron Mitchell.

Not pictured: Pastor Bart falling from a ladder. 😬

In the seasons of Advent, Epiphany, Lent, and Easter we celebrate the life of Christ. In the season of Pentecost we celebrate the Holy Spirit. Now, in the Season of Creation, we will carve out time to celebrate the earth and its Creator. For the four Sundays in September our worship will join the ...chorus of creation — of forests, deserts, rivers, and skies — in praising our Maker as we contemplate our roles as stewards of the earth. Join us on Sunday at 10:30!

[Image description: a scientific drawing of a fern with three forked leaves emerging from exposed, hanging roots. Overlaid text reads "Season of Creation" filled with a gradient from deep, earthy brown to a rich, noble green. Text on the side reads "September 5–September 26, 2021" opposite a brown logo for St. Mark's Presbyterian Church]

Stated Clerk urges US to provide 'constructive, humanitarian support' for people of Afghanistan - The Presbyterian Outlook https://t.co/I05iTdUO7m

Do Justice, Love Kindness and Walk Humbly with Our God.


Get in Touch!

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