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.

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.

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

Phil B.


Enhance Your Faith


Schedule, Programs and Past Sermons


Helping the Community

Come Visit us This Weekend

Our worship music is led this week by El SurCo, a musical collective that blends guitars, violin, charango, bombo, and vocal harmonies to bring to life chacareras, cuecas, chamamés, gatos, and other popular and folk stringed music traditions from Argentina, Chile, Bolivia and surrounding regions. ...The word surco means groove in Spanish, and references the furrows where seeds are planted in agricultural fields. A musical term with a rural subtext that speaks to the landscape where many of these styles emerged and continue to thrive, El SurCo (or The Southern Collective) transport their listeners into the diverse and vibrant musical ecosystems of Southern tip of the Americas. El SurCo is Maxi Larrea (guitar, vocals, bombo), Jennie Gubner (violin, vocals, bombo), and Andres Pantoja (guitar, charango, bombo, vocals).

Join us this Sunday at 10:30 in person or online at Youtube.com/StMarksAZ

We are joined in worship this Sunday, May 15, by the Rev. Pedro Ramos-Goycolea, who serves as Pastor of @comunidadlimen , a progressive Latinx community in Tucson, Arizona. Following God’s calling, Pedro and his wife, Alejandra, moved to the United States in 2006 from Sonora, Mexico. He holds an ...M.Div. Degree from Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, California, and is an ordained minister with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). While attending PSR, he served as a Pastoral Associate at Eden UCC in Hayward, California. After graduating, Pedro served as Program Director of the New Mexico Faith Coalition for Immigrant Justice and as Pastor of Iglesia Congregacional Unida UCC in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Pedro enjoys playing guitar, reading fiction books, and coaching little league baseball. Pedro and Alejandra reside in Sahuarita, AZ, with their two boys, Santiago and Agustin. Join us for worship at 10:30 this Sunday, in person or online at Youtube.com/StMarksAZ

This Sunday in worship we are joined by the Rev. Delle McCormick, former executive director of BorderLinks which aspires for social transformation along the US-Mexico border through education and community connection. Join us for worship at 10:30am in person or online at YouTube.com/StMarksAZ

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