St. Mark's offers a new commercial-grade elevator on the Crescent side entrance, a wheelchair ramp on the north side entrance, and an accessible bathroom on the basement level.

Phone List

Call 732-449-6364

Msgr. Sean P. Flynn ext. 101
Main office ext. 100
Fr. Jose ext. 122
Music Ministry ext. 121
Parish Council ext. 116
Bulletin ext. 100
Religious Education ext. 105
Social Concerns ext. 108
Spanish Ministry ext. 104
Fax number 732-449-1646

2017 Holy Days of Obligation for Diocese of Trenton, New Jersey

Check bulletin for Vigil Mass times and extra Masses

Sunday, January 1 Solemnity of Mary, the Holy Mother of God
March 1 Ash Wednesday*
April 13 Holy Thursday*
April 14 Good Friday*
April 16 Easter Sunday
Thursday, May 25 Ascension of the Lord
Tuesday, August 15 Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Wednesday, November 1 All Saints
Friday, December 8 Immaculate Conception
Monday, December 25 Nativity of the Lord

*Not a Holy Day of Obligation but Mass time changes will be noted in the bulletin

Mass and Confession Times

Sunday Masses
Saturday at 4:30 PM
Sacrament of Reconciliation at 3:30 PM to 4:15 PM
Sunday at 8 AM, 10 AM and 12 Noon
Spanish Mass at 5 PM
Sacrament of Reconciliation at 4 PM to 4:45 PM

Daily Masses (Holy Rosary and Divine Mercy chaplet after Daily Masses)
Monday-Friday at 7:30 AM and 11 AM
Tuesday at 6 PM (Spanish)
Saturday at 7:30 AM (No 11 AM)
Sacrament of Reconciliation on Thursdays after both Masses

Check bulletin for Mass times for Holy Days

Update Regarding Faith in the Future

The core teams from each parish in our cohort have been meeting together for several weeks and would like to tell you about our progress so far. Our cohort of Parishes (which is made up of St. Mark, St. Catharine/St. Margaret in Spring Lake, St. Rose in Belmar. St. Elizabeth in Avon and Ascension in Bradley Beach), were given six long-term goals to accomplish by the Diocese. These goals were determined from work completed in the first phase of Faith in Our Future during 2016.

Our cohort has been asked to select three or four goals (of the six from the Diocese) to focus on for the coming twelve months. As all five parishes begin to work together and collaborate, the goals we are focusing on for the coming months are:

Our first goal: We will begin to create a five-year strategic plan–a plan involving participation by all parishes in the cohort–in support of St. Rose and St. Catharine’s Grammar Schools, as well as St. Rose High School. We need to convey the message to all, that Catholic Education represents an important pipeline to the future of our faith-based community.

Our second goal: We will begin to share (and/or possibly combine) youth ministry, the Faith Formation & Evangelization ministries, as well as Bereavement ministries within the cohort of parishes.

Our third goal: We will combine and increase the use of technology to improve our communication with parishioners throughout the cohort of parishes, as well as improve our communication with fallen-away members of the Faith, and the public.

As we begin to have all five parishes work together, we will continue to keep all parishioners up to date with our progress. And we thank you for your prayers and for your support.