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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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.

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As we walk with Jesus to the garden this Maundy Thursday evening, Erika Burkhart, Angelica Dunsavage, and Nicky Manlove sing us there with a stunning a cappella version of “Go to Dark Gethsemane.”

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The Way of Asylum as a community experience of compassion and empathy was inspired by the art of Michelina Nicotera-Taxiera, who created a moving interpretation of Stations of the Cross. In her version, Michelina's art recognizes that asylum seekers embody Christ in our midst, confronting us with the truly horrific journey that many who seek asylum endure on their journey to seek safety and refuge. Although the team had planned to enact these stations in a public demonstration, COVID 19 interfered with that plan. Instead, the website makes accessible the inspiring art, the reflections, and information regarding asylum seekers and the urgent need for all people of conscience to open their hearts, be moved, and be inspired to act in the name of justice.

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The Way of Asylum as a community experience of compassion and empathy was inspired by the art of Michelina Nicotera-Taxiera, who created a moving interpretation of Stations of the Cross. In her version, Michelinas art recognizes that asylum seekers embody Christ in our midst, confronting us with the truly horrific journey that many who seek asylum endure on their journey to seek safety and refuge. Although the team had planned to enact these stations in a public demonstration, COVID 19 interfered with that plan. Instead, the website makes accessible the inspiring art, the reflections, and information regarding asylum seekers and the urgent need  for all people of conscience to open their hearts, be moved, and be inspired to act in the name of justice.

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Are you sheltering in place, enjoy sewing, and want to help make medical masks? Sue Thorne has an opportunity for you! Sewers need a sewing machine, number 14 sewing machine needle, and black thread. BUMC provides the mask material. Materials for 20 masks are contained in each bag. Contact Sue Thorne if you’re interested! ... See MoreSee Less

Are you sheltering in place, enjoy sewing, and want to help make medical masks? Sue Thorne has an opportunity for you! Sewers need a sewing machine, number 14 sewing machine needle, and black thread. BUMC provides the mask material. Materials for 20 masks are contained in each bag. Contact Sue Thorne if you’re interested!

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Thanks for worshiping with us, everybody! If you missed the hymn, you can watch it and sing along by clicking here: youtu.be/_8x8cHbXyHI.

Please pray for my daughter, Tera Thorne Schuetta who continues her ICU work at and critical care Mobile transport and Ecmo work at UMC and for my next door neighbor, Janelle Robinson, who works with Tera in ICU. May God preserve and keep them.

For all medical personnel putting their lives on the line daily to heal and save those afflicted. For first-responders coming to those in need. For Scientists working tirelessly for a vaccine to prevent/cure this virus. For those who are lonely as they ate totally alone in this time.

Thanksgiving for the opportunity to worship again with my St. Mark's family, all the way from Ohio. It's a blessing to participate from afar.

Lifting up prayers of thanksgiving for our wonderful pastors as well as prayers for safety and well being for all healthcare workers, including our daughter Melina.

Prayers of thanksgiving that Phil (father-in-law/Grampie) is better! Prayers for front line essential staff!

Prayers of thanksgiving and love for Rob Selby, Charlie Ambrose, and Kirsten Miller who are all celebrating birthdays this week!

Prayers for we pray for hhe church in this holy week and ask that we may be made new in your grace. Blessings to all who lead.

Prayers for friend Kendall Baker whose mother died at the Forum Friday at 104 years of age.

Bella is missing the Palm Sunday Children's song: Hosanna, Hosanna, Praise Be the Lord! Hosanna, Hosanna, Praise Be the Lord!! Hosana has new meaning Now Bart!!

Both Carlie Ambrose and Rob Selby are turning 65 this week!! Thank you, God for these two men, part of St Mark's for their whole lives!

Prayers for my students lost a beloved grandparent and who had a beloved grandparent diagnosed with late stage cancer this week

Mari & Aya Ruth ask for prayers for our family friend Grandpa Tink who has COVID19.

Please pray for those who are sheltering in unsafe situations.

Thanksgiving for connections that are kept using technology, that we may love and comfort eachother.

Luke's safe return from Nepal and again with his family after 2 weeks quarentine.

prayers that ICE will stop raiding and all prisoners will be set free

Prayers for medical personnel

The Orzech's have got there paper palms ready.

Prayers for every family experiencing loss

... do i count as a young one? 😀

I watched the service 2 hours later and am very impressed by your technological expertise! Very moved and uplifted by the service. Thanks to all!

Beautiful prayer for all faiths...

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"Trouble making Rabbi from the boondocks" Amen!

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Thanks for worshiping with us, everybody! If you missed the hymn when the feed cut out, you can watch it and sing along by clicking here: youtu.be/_8x8cHbXyHI.

Good morning from Gwynyth Chmara-Huff in Ohio. Attended St. Mark's from 1998 to 2006 with Fletcher & Chiah (formerly Zed)

Good Morning! Happy Palm Sunday everyone!

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Good morning, Libby.

Bruce and Melinda here!

Happy Palm Sunday!

Happy Palm Sunday!

Good morning!

good morning!

Happy Palm Sunday!

Ardith and Clark are here.

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Everyone. It just went back to beginning

Lost my feed. Where did it go?

Should we be joining on zoom if we have it?

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Did the video stop or is that just me?

Happy Palm Sunday!

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Let’s heed @bishop_flunder wisdom: “Love is not a say word. Love is a do word.” #PoorPeoplesCampaign

“Because we love, we march” @PB_Curry #PoorPeoplesCampaign

Some are calling for Juneteenth to be a national holiday. How about we go further & pass healthcare & living wages for all, a fully restored Voting Rights Act & reparations, etc. Please don’t just ask for a holiday. Let’s make it a holy day of repentance & reconstruction.

Hallelujah! More of God’s children can breathe a little easier today knowing they won’t be deported. It’s a sin that people have to live with such fear! #DACA

Racial Justice Group got off to a great start last night w/ this challenging & enlightening read by Andrea Smith “Heteropatriarchy and the Three Pillars of White Supremacy.” https://t.co/eg5f9gYiYL #racism #whitesupremacy #heteropatriarchy #repentance #connectingthedots

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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