Martin Luther said, “Next to the Word of God, the noble art of music is the greatest treasure in the world.” And, we couldn’t agree more! We love music…good, faithful music of all varieties here at St Mark and we are always looking for more people to get involved. Whether you prefer traditional or contemporary music styles or a combination of both, we know you will find it easy to connect with your faith and Lord and experience His presence in a unique way through our music ministry. Of course we are always looking for new musicians or knowledgeable music tech people to help out!
Our contemporary worship is a meaningful, spirit-filled experience. Thanks to a brand new state of the art sound system and incredible musicians that comprise St. Mark’s own Crossmarked worship band, you’re sure to find our worship engaging and fulfilling. From all the popular praise songs on the radio and in your music library to custom arrangements and original works, our band makes it easy to connect in praise and worship with our Lord.
Want to share your talents in music?
Musicians and performances are only half of the equation in a quality performance; sound engineering, AV production and integrated worship systems are just as important. At St Mark we have a brand new state of the art worship facility and sanctuary that features the latest state of the art equipment. We want to offer only our best to the Lord and our TECH MINISTRY team helps us do just that.
Do you have tech talents?
Here at St Mark we love to sing to the Lord, resounding our praise for His grace and mercy. Leading the way in our traditional service is our Choir and special music ensembles. They include:
All members of the congregation are invited to join in and share their musical talents in any of the above activities!
For centuries God’s faithful people have sang high and loud the praises of our Lord and found themselves to be specially moved by the power and brilliance of the organ. St. Mark is blest to have a 26 rank pipe organ. The organ was built by the Casavant Frere Organ Company of Quebec, Canada. (Opus 3797). It was installed in our balcony in 2001. It features 2 manuals and pedals. A MIDI system is integrated in the console along with a sequencer and several digital stops.