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Mission Statement

As a Christ-centered community, the people of Saint Mark’s seek a world in which all people share the joy of loving God and each other by... Celebrating worship together with inspiring words, music and traditions Serving all of our neighbors Engaging in fellowship and hospitality Encouraging people in their lifelong spiritual formation Being a beacon of Christ’s presence in the world


Part of the Diocese of Southern Ohio, Saint Mark’s held its first worship service in 1951 in a converted Methodist church in Grandview. Ground was broken in 1953 for the Parish Hall (now the Education Building) where services were held until the current Nave and Sanctuary was completed in 1958. Office space in an adjacent building was purchased in 1989. Major renovations of the entire facility occurred in 2004 and 2008 creating a campus today that empowers Christ’s ministry within and beyond our parish.

Saint Mark’s is a member of the Episcopal Church in the United States - a community of 2.4 million members in 114 dioceses in the Americas and abroad. Episcopal means a church with bishops. Bishops are the leaders of the church and spiritual descendents of the apostles of Jesus Christ. We are also part of the worldwide Anglican Communion consisting of 82 million members in more than 160 countries. Anglican are those churches who trace their history to the Church of England.


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