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St. Mark's Episcopal Church

315 E Pecan St, San Antonio, TX 78205-1819
+1 210-226-2426
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A strong and welcoming community

This is a historic San Antonio Anglican church located in the heart of downtown. The building, a... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Gabriel H
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Bellaire, Texas, United States
Attended the 0730, (early) Service

We're attending a Convention in San Antonio, TX and wanted to see and attend St Mark's. The Church... read more

Reviewed 24 September 2017
Tana B
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Anthem, Arizona
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The building of this church was finished in 1875.
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  • Very good11%
  • Average11%
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“organ pipes” (2 reviews)
“stained glass” (2 reviews)
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315 E Pecan St, San Antonio, TX 78205-1819
Downtown
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Reviewed 3 days ago

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 and effective outreach programs.

Thank Gabriel H
Reviewed 24 September 2017 via mobile

We're attending a Convention in San Antonio, TX and wanted to see and attend St Mark's. The Church is beautiful; stained glass, organ pipes, wood working, etc., but I was most impressed with the warm, sincere welcome I received. As I was a bit early,...More

Thank Tana B
Reviewed 12 May 2017 via mobile

Across from the newly revitalized Travis Park, St. Mark's is a must-see landmark. With so much history, this gothic revival church is a true gem in the downtown San Antonio area.

Thank Ldominici
Reviewed 11 April 2016

The cornerstone was placed in 1859 for this church designed by Richard Upjohn, noted Gothic Revival architect form New York City. Several of the very fine windows were installed shortly after.

1  Thank Rolf A
Reviewed 16 September 2015

This had been the Episcopal cathedral in the mid 1800's for the missions to the southwest of the USA/CSA. I was allowed to enter the church and marveled at the beauty of the refinished organ pipes. This would be a place to worship! Recently stenciled...More

2  Thank Ken C
Reviewed 14 April 2015

After the recent renovation, St.Mark's is visually stunning. Better yet is the music. The choir is outstanding and the organist is superb (i.e. postlude of Widor'sToccata, etc.). The organ is very powerful with a trumpet en chamade in the rear of the sanctuary. It makes...More

Thank Robert F
Reviewed 14 February 2015

Wanted to visit the church for family reasons. When I walked up to it, it was locked, but two people who worked there let me in and showed me the sanctuary which is just beautiful. They told me about what had been done to restore...More

2  Thank S W
Reviewed 15 January 2013

Take some time to visit St. Mark's whether to wander through or for a Sunday service. The sanctuary was recently renovated opening again in January 2013 for regular service. With your visit you will be entering the history of a church where Robert E. Lee...More

3  Thank Donald H
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