The Church of Saint Mark and All Saints
We welcome you to SMAS, as St. Mark and All Saints is affectionately known.
We are an Episcopal Church, a Mission of the Episcopal Diocese of New Jersey. SMAS is part of the Worldwide Anglican Communion.
Our parish community comes from all corners of Atlantic County.
Designed in 1983, our building is accessible to all who wish to enter, from the parking lot all the way to the altar.
Worship with us
Sundays - 9am
Celebration of the Holy Eucharist
Sundays at 9 AM with Music
In Person and Livestreamed on Facebook
With the decrease in new cases of Covid, the wearing of masks at SMAS is now optional for those who are vaccinated. Please, as always, do is best for your particular situation. If you are not feeling well for any reason, please stay home and join us worship online. Let us know you are under the weather, so we can keep you in our prayers!
Daily Morning Prayer (Zoom)
Mondays through Saturdays at 9:30 AM
The Office of Morning Prayer was started on Zoom when the pandemic began in March 2020. Please contact the church office for the link to Morning Prayer which is led by several participants and the clergy.
Sunday School ceased for at least two years as we experience the Covid-19 Pandemic. In 2022, after many Covid restrictions were relaxed, we began to discuss the importance of bringing back a Christian education program for our youngest followers of Jesus. A Sunday School committee was established that included parents, educations from within our parish, a Warden, and clergy.Click here to see more
Regular Sunday Service:
9:00 am - Holy Eucharist (in-person & live streamed on Facebook)
9:00 am - Children's Christian Storytime - Learning the Love of Jesus through Bible stories and crafts
Important Groups Meeting at SMAS:
- Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) - Tuesdays (8PM) & Wednesdays (4:30PM)
- Boardwalk Chorus - Wednesdays (2PM)
- Easter Seals - Fridays (10:30AM - 1:30PM)
- Girl Scouts - Every Other week
- Cub Scouts (Chartered by SMAS) - one Sunday per month
Come and Join Us
The way of love
is a way of life
More than a program or curriculum, it is an intentional commitment to a set of practices. It's a commitment to follow Jesus: Turn, Learn, Pray, Worship, Bless, Go, Rest.