Attention Schedule Change

The Feast of Saints Peter and Paul will be celebrated with a Vesperal Divine Liturgy on Friday at 7pm. There is no Divine Liturgy on Saturday. Apologies for this schedule change.

Welcome to Our Parish!


St. Mark's Orthodox Church is a pan-orthodox parish in the Diocese of Philadelphia and Eastern Pennsylvania of the Orthodox Church in America. We are a growing, active parish with a deep love for the traditional life of the Eastern Orthodox faith. Please examine our website to become acquainted, but better still come and visit us for any of our services. The About tab includes a comprehensive presentation about the Orthodox Christian Church, our Calendar tab provides you with the usual schedule and the monthly schedule.   And our Media tab provides access to weekly bulletins and other forms of media information and documentation about our parish.  Resources provide links to a variety of educational, liturgical and church related content. The Donate button offers you the opportunity to financially support us as the Lord inspires you, while our Capital Campaign tab will have information on the campaign we hope to have for our building/expansion project.

In the Incarnate Word of God,
Father Raymond Martin and the Faithful of St. Mark's

St. Mark's Orthodox Church
452 Durham Road; Wrightstown, PA 18940
(215) 860-9640 


Come and Worship

All are welcome to worship with us! Sunday Divine Liturgy is at 9:30am. See our calendar for more service times.


Prayer Requests

If you have a prayer request for yourself or others, please let us know and we'd be happy to pray for you and your loved ones.



Our church services are being livestreamed to our website and our Facebook page. Watch the livestream here.


Speak with Priest

Father Raymond Martin is available to speak with you about any questions that you might have. Make an appointment here.


Lift up your gates O Heavens!

Heaven is what Christ gives back to us, what we lost through our sin and pride, through our earthly, exclusively earthly, sciences and ideologies, and now it is opened, offered, and returned to us by Christ. Heaven is the kingdom of eternal life, the kingdom of truth, goodness and beauty. Heaven is the total spiritual transformation of human life; heaven is the kingdom of God, victory over death, the triumph of love and care; heaven is the fulfillment of that ultimate desire, about which it was said: “Eye has not seen, nor ear heard, nor has it entered into the heart of man, what God has prepared for those who love him” (1 Cor 2:9). All of this is revealed to us, all of this is given to us by Christ. And therefore, heaven permeates our life here and now, the earth itself becomes a reflection, a mirror image of heavenly beauty. Who descended from heaven to earth to return heaven to us? God. Who ascended from earth to heaven? The man Jesus.

Alexander Schmemann, trans. John A. Jillions, vol. 2, Celebration of Faith (Yonkers, NY: St Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 2012), 149–150.


Service Schedule

 I was glad when they said unto me, Let us go into the house of the LORD.

Psalm 122:1

Parish History
Our Parish is celebrating fifty years' presence and ministry in Bucks County, most of it in its present location.
Our Members
Our parish is made up many families and friends young and old, from all walks of life.
Our Pastor
Our Pastor is V. Rev. Raymond M. Browne. He is married to Matushka Heidi. They have four children.
Our Church Building
Consecrated in 1988, we are in the planning stages for an expansion due to parish growth.
Our Worship
We offer a substantial variety of worship opportunities in the Orthodox tradition, noted for their beauty and dignity. Join us for Vespers if you have never attended!
Our Ministries
We are active in a variety of educational and charitable ministries which reflect the faith and experience of our community.

St. Mark's Orthodox Church