What to Expect

What to Expect

Helpful information when visiting Saint Mark’s

We want you to feel welcomed and as comfortable as possible when visiting Saint Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral in Minneapolis, so we’re providing some information to let you know what to expect.

If you enjoy your visit and would like to learn more about our faith community and opportunities to get involved, please follow the link to fill out our Get Connected form.



Our entire worship experience, from beginning to end, aims to connect us to the very heart and mind of God. You will find a variety of worship styles at various times on Sunday and throughout the week. Check out our schedule, and try each of them to find what best suits you!


Helpful Resources

We look forward to seeing you at Saint Mark's! Should you have any questions, we have Ushers and Greeters at the doorways to assist, and members in the pews to support you as well.


Sunday Fellowship

Every Sunday at 9 a.m. and throughout the morning, join us for refreshments in a casual setting to meet new people and reconnect with those you already know. You may find us on the Patio in the Courtyard, or inside in the Parlor on the first level.



Our Nursery is staffed with trained caregivers for children from one to three years old. The nursery is open each Sunday morning from 8 a.m. - Noon and is located In the Children's Hall, just off the Nave door from the Art Gallery. Please provide us with your contact information and details of any specific needs for your child during their visit.


Kids in Worship

Children of all ages are welcomed and encouraged to attend and experience the wonders of worship. If your family attends worship together, an option for soft seating is available near the art gallery hallway, in front of the lectern as well as in the balcony, which is accessed from the Narthex (entryway).


Children and Youth

Classes for ages 3 through high school are offered most Sundays at 9:15 a.m., and new students are always welcome! Learn more:

Plan Your Visit

For questions about what to expect at Saint Mark's, contact Mary Lusk.