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What’s Happening at St. Mark
Braver Angels.org is dedicated to fostering civil discourse among Americans of differing political persuasions. Several St. Mark Members have attended. Our next event is: Red- Blue Workshop, Jan. 17 and Jan 24, 1p - 4p: The Red-Blue is Braver Angels flagship event. It...
The Health Ministries Commission wants to wish everyone a Merry Christmas! During this time of the pandemic surge, please remember to follow the state guidelines and wear a mask, practice social distancing, wash your hands frequently, and stay safe, stay home. It can...
Did you and/or your family get dressed up for a Christmas picture this year? Did you take a trip to the beach or mountains? We would like to get an updated picture for our church directory. Especially our families with children. We all know how fast kids grow and...
DeJohn Brown, Jr. has joined our staff as our Director of Virtual Music Ministry. Click here to watch a short introduction given by DeJohn himself.
Let’s share St. Mark's message of doing justice, loving kindness, and walking humbly with our neighbors and in our communities! We are offering free yard signs, including the stands, that you can pick up at the St. Mark office or take one from the campus for a...
News & Stories
A vast majority of houses of worship across Southern California have taken the unprecedented step of shutting down their buildings this weekend or broadcasting online sermons that will be recorded in empty sanctuaries.
Online services, hand sanitizer, no holy water — local faith communities respond to coronavirus outbreak
As the coronavirus outbreak continues to develop, faith communities are making changes. Pastor Mark Davis shares how St. Mark is helping to “flatten the curve.”
Pastor Mark Davis of St. Mark Presbyterian Church in Newport Beach presented a unique opportunity to his congregation of nearly 600 people to help end Orange County’s homeless crisis. He knew his community was generous, but he was not prepared for how significantly...
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If you are just learning what LGBTQIA means or are looking for a church that accepts you, no matter what letter you represent, this brochure is for you.
Download the 2019 Report http://stmarkpresbyterian.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/ANNUAL-REPORT-2019-1.pdf