Service Books Used At
Find the service books typically used during St. Mark’s services, including the Book of Alternative Services, the Celtic Communion Liturgy, and the Book of the Holy Eucharist with Spiritual Communion on this page.
If you are looking for service bulletins, you can find them here.
The Book of Alternative Services
The Book of Alternative Services is used at St. Mark’s almost every Sunday.
A Celtic Communion Liturgy
Adapted from the Abbey Liturgy of the Iona Community of Argyll, Scottland, and used by permission of the Bishop of Niagara, this liturgy is used on the first Sunday of every month.
The Holy Eucharist with Spiritual Communion
Adapted from the Book of Alternative Services, the Celebration of the Holy Eucharist with Spiritual Communion is used for online services on the third and fifth Sunday of every month.
The Book of Common Prayer (1962)
The traditional 1962 Book of Common Prayer is available from the Prayer Book Society of Canada’s website.