St. Mark's Episcopal Church (San Antonio, Texas)

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St Mark's Episcopal Church, San Antonio
Saint Mark's Episcopal Church, San Antonio, Texas.jpg
Location 315 East Pecan Street, San Antonio, Texas
Country United States
Denomination Episcopal
Architecture
Status Active
Functional status Parish Church
Completed 1877
Administration
Diocese Episcopal Diocese of West Texas
Province Province VII
Clergy
Rector The Revd Beth Knowlton
Assistant priest(s) The Revd Carol Morehead
The Revd C. Matthew W. Wise
Laity
Organist(s) Joseph Causby
Organ scholar Robert Stubbs
Churchwarden(s) Cathy Dawson and Craig Stokes
St. Mark's Episcopal Church
NRHP Reference # 98000103 [1]
RTHL # 4463
Significant dates
Added to NRHP February 12, 1998
Designated RTHL 1962

St. Mark's Episcopal Church is a historic church in San Antonio, Texas, United States. It is an Episcopal church in the Diocese of West Texas.

History[edit]

St. Mark's was founded as a parish in 1858.[2] The church is located at 315 East Pecan Street in Travis Park, in the heart of the River Walk District and is only four blocks from the Alamo. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on February 12, 1998.

Lady Bird Johnson and Lyndon B. Johnson were married at St. Mark's on November 17, 1934.

The rector is the Reverend Beth Knowlton (called to be rector on May 20, 2014).[3]

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Coordinates: 29°25′42″N 98°29′23″W / 29.428432°N 98.489623°W / 29.428432; -98.489623