Saint Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral is a welcoming community called by God to Worship, grow spiritually, promote reconciliation, offer passionate hospitality, and serve and lead in the example of Jesus Christ. In the Anglican tradition of scripture, tradition, and reason, we respect and thrive on diverse views, independent thinking, and thoughful discussion as we love and serve God together.
Episcopalians are thinking Christians who engage questions of faith with seriousness, joy, and a sense of humor.
St. Mark’s Cathedral is located on the southwestern edge of Loring Park, a unique and diverse community. “The Park,” as it is known, is the largest in central Minneapolis and is situated on the southwest corner of downtown.
If you are at a point that you would like to make a commitment to Saint Mark’s being your faith community, we would love to help you become a member of Saint Mark’s.
The Executive Committee is composed of elected members of Saint Mark’s who serve three-year terms as part of this decision-making body for general decisions.
Saint Mark’s has an interesting and rich history. Saint Mark’s life began in 1858 as a north Minneapolis mission of Gethsemane Church.