We gather every weekend as a church to be inspired to follow Jesus. We would love for you to be our guest. Our worship services are a little over an hour. We sing together, study the Scripture, pray, and provide opportunities for you to connect with others. We’re so glad you’re visiting us!
We have a parking spot saved for you—look for the green “New Guest Parking” signs in our Welcome Lot. Check out our weekend service times below, and we’ll see you there!
Saturdays4 & 5:30p*
Sundays8:30, 10** & 11:30a
† Thursday worship service designed for young adults
*Chinese translation available Saturdays at 5:30p on the Upper Lawn.
**ASL available Sundays at 10a in the Worship Center
Chapel service available Sundays at 10a.
Check out our newly-renovated Kids Building at Mariners Church Irvine!
Come and take a tour with our amazing Mariners Kids Team to learn more about what God is doing through out Kids Ministry and the exciting things happening this year!
Tours available after the Saturday 5:30p and Sunday 11:30a services.
Open House dates
•Feb 17 & 18
•Feb 24 & 25
•Mar 2 & 3
When you visit us, you’ll see construction work underway at multiple locations including a brand-new outdoor worship venue. Throughout construction, we invite you to join us for our regular weekend services at one of our worship venues and get a glimpse of what’s to come!
- Worship Center: Live worship and teaching indoors.
- Worship Center Foyer: A space designed for families with children to experience the weekend worship services live via monitors, with convenient access to restrooms, the bookstore, and the patio.
- Upper Lawn: Live worship outdoors with the teaching broadcast from the Worship Center.
- Chapel: A peaceful, reflective space to worship in an intimate setting, with an acoustic worship experience and broadcast message. Sundays at 10a.
Also Available for Kids & Youth:
Kids Building: Children can play, worship, and hear God’s Word in their own age-specific classes inside the Mariners Kids building.
Youth Building: Junior high students gather for their own age-specific worship service.
Check out this map to find the best parking for your service experience.
We’re a church of all generations committed to reaching the next generation. Every Mariners Kids service is an adventure filled with surprises, fun, and laughter. We teach the truth of God’s Word in really fun and age-appropriate ways!
We also know that kids need relationships to thrive. They need friends to encourage them and caring leaders to inspire them on their journey to know and love Jesus. That’s why we provide excellent programming at all services, specifically designed for kids (ages 0 to 5th grade).
We provide an exciting program specifically designed for junior high students (6th to 8th grade) at all five Saturday and Sunday services. Junior high students enjoy games, music, fun teaching, and opportunities to connect with peers during weekend services. Currently, Junior High Ministry (JHM) meets in Rm 1 of the Youth Building.
High School Ministry (HSM) students attend weekend services at the Worship Center, sitting together as one big group. HSM students are encouraged to look out for fun student events too.
Frequently Asked Questions
We’re located at 5001 Newport Coast Dr, Irvine, CA 92606. In other words, Mariners Irvine is located just off Culver, Bonita Canyon, Newport Coast Drive, and the 73.
We have ample parking around our campus, all of which is conveniently located near our different service experiences.
Worship services on Saturdays begin at 4 and 5:30p. On Sundays, they start at 8:30, 10, and 11:30a. Come early for coffee and fellowship, then gather when the music begins!
Our church services last approximately one hour.
There’s no specific dress code at Mariners. So, you’re welcome to dress however you’re most comfortable! You’ll see everything from “Sunday best” to casual among our adult congregants. Kids and youth usually wear whatever they would normally wear to school.
No. We don’t ask visitors to stand up or wear a badge during worship services. We take a personal approach to greeting visitors and encourage our guests to visit the Next Step area for a friendly, informative welcome.
No. You’re welcome to sit, observe, and experience a weekend service at Mariners without having to do anything. In other words, we encourage you to visit, and you’re free to participate as much or as little as you like.
Of course! Simply find a Prayer Team member at the close of any service to receive prayer. If you’re in need of healing prayer, our elders may offer a more private setting where you’re anointed with oil (per James 5) for spiritual, physical, and situational healing.
All Christians, regardless of denomination, may take communion with us at Mariners Church. We celebrate communion regularly and elements (bread and juice) are distributed upon entry to our various worship areas.
Yes! Learn more about Mariners Kids programs here.
Mariners is blessed with parking and facilities that accommodate our guests’ physical disabilities. All our parking lots include ramps, so street-to-facility access is very manageable. In our worship areas, we have space set aside for wheelchairs in the front row of our bleachers. Please ask an usher if you need to borrow a wheelchair. Our ushers are also happy to provide you with support. If you need an accommodation that we currently don’t offer, please tell an usher, greeter, or member of our Guest Services Team in advance by completing this form.
Mariners Church welcomes all guests, including those assisted by a service dog that is specifically trained to do work or perform tasks for a person with a disability. Guests with a registered service dog must register their service animal 72 hours in advance of attending a Mariners service by completing and submitting this registration form.
Guests who use a service dog must retain control of their animal at all times, attend an outdoor service experience (e.g., Upper Lawn), and keep their service animal on a leash or harness while visiting. Emotional support animals aren’t recognized as service animals by Mariners Church (and the ADA). We apologize for this inconvenience, but Mariners Church is unable to accommodate emotional support animals and pets on our campus.
Still looking for an answer to your question? Email us at [email protected], and we’ll respond to you as soon as possible (typically 1–2 days).