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St. Mark's Episcopal Church, San Antonio

4.4
#25 of 27 in Historic Sites in San Antonio
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
St. Mark's Episcopal Church is a historic church in San Antonio, Texas, United States. It is an Episcopal church in the Diocese of West Texas.

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  • Every time I visit San Antonio, I make it a point to worship at St. Mark's Episcopal Church. A grand church with very welcoming parishioners. The choir is excellent, and there's a unique stained...  more »
  • This is a historic San Antonio Anglican church located in the heart of downtown. The building, a modest but beautiful, neo-baroque building is the home of a strong community, with welcoming services.....  more »
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  • St.Mark's is a wonderful church located in the heart of San Antonio. The architecture by itself would be enough of a reason just to visit, but as most churches it's the people who make this place truly special, they are warm and inviting, and consist from all walks of life. The sermons are thought provoking and inspiring, and the choir, well, heavenly. I attend this church, and I am a better person for it.
  • I know that as a member, you would expect me to be proud of St. Mark's. In May, our organ and choral master accepted a new position. It is summer and you might think that the music would fall off. To the contrary it has been lovely. We have visited old familiar hymns. It has been so spirirually fulfulling to raise our voices and sing old hymns like "Amazing Grace." I looked around and observed my community bellowing out the words without using the hymnal. Today, the preacher reminded us that it is not Christlike to be cynical. With the climate as it is today, it is easy to turn toward cynicism. We closed with another great old hymn. Each week I have left church with a heart filled with emotion and tears streaming down my cheeks. I feel closer to my community than ever before. Thank you to whom ever is planning the liturgies and music. Well done!

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