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.

A welcoming church congregation with a strong social justice mission.

Elizabeth K.

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.

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

John M.

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.


Enhance Your Faith


Schedule, Programs and Past Sermons


Helping the Community

Come Visit us This Weekend

Last Sunday, while our Pastor Bart Smith was in Washington D.C. organizing with grassroots faith leaders from around the country for voting rights, we were led in worship by the Rev. Carol Rose from Shalom Mennonite Fellowship. Carol's provocative message reminded us that we are partnered with... the Spirit when we put our hands to work in undoing the evils white supremacy. May we be moved into action to realize God's promise of justice and liberation for all on Earth.

[Image description: a photo of Rev. Carol Rose at the St. Mark's pulpit. White text overlay reads "people made oppression– and the Spirit of God conspires with us to unmake it."]

Tune in tomorrow at 7 PM at http://youtube.com/rolandsmartin for an *incredible* lineup of civil rights leaders past, present and future.

On the eve of #MLKDay Let’s REmember King and ensure the Senate doesn’t DISmember his legacy!


The pastor of @StMarksAZ has joined a hunger strike by an interfaith coalition that wants Congress to pass voting rights legislation by Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Jan. 17. Read his story at https://t.co/k3naS5ezRr #PCUSA

50 AZ faith leaders sent a letter to @SenatorSinema & @SenMarkKelly demanding they protect #VotingRights.

Let’s remember Dr. King, not dismember his legacy, Senators!


#HungerStrike4Democracy #JohnLewisVotingRightsAct #FreedomToVoteAct

Please join us at St. Mark's in prayer and action in solidarity with religious leaders from around the country as we struggle for fair and equal access to our democratic system. Our pastor the Rev. Bart Smith has joined 25 other religious leaders from around the country in a hunger strike ...demanding that Congress pass significant voting rights legislation by Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, January 17, 2022. Please pray for him, for us, and for our nation, and check out the comments here for other ways to be in solidarity.

A *huge* thank-you to everyone who has contributed to the Christmas offering for Casa Alitas, a ministry of hospitality with people seeking asylum! To date, we have raised over $4,000 for cold weather gear for their guests. In partnership with master shopper Kat Rodriguez, one of the coordinators ...at Casa Alitas, your generosity helped us purchase 260 jackets, 130 long sleeved shirts, 75 beanies, 38 pairs of socks, 30 pairs of shoes, and 22 pairs of gloves! In Kat’s words, “This is such a blessing for those heading to some very cold places.”

Too many have fought and died for the right to vote for us to stand idly by while it’s under assault. That’s why I’m joining #HungerStrike4Democracy in solidarity with @GreenTheRev, @om3, @fhunscripted, Traci Blackmon & other leaders/colleagues I respect.


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