WORSHIP

O, taste and see that the Lord is good
- Psalm 34:8

Sunday Worship
Traditional Service @ 9:30 AM


Coffee social is before and after the service.   The Eucharist (Holy Communion) is celebrated every Sunday. 
ALL of God's children are invited to the table to be fed with God's good food.

Babies and children are always welcome during worship.  "Pew Pals" activity backpacks are available.  After the children's sermon the kids go to the library for "Wholly Love" activities based on the day's lessons.  They return to worship after the sermon.  There is also a nursery for younger children.

See the newsletter for the volunteer schedule.

Wheelchair access is from the parking lot on the north side of the church.  A ramp leads to the sanctuary.

The elevator is to your right as you enter the building from the parking lot.  To help you feel more secure using the elevator, the elevator can be "called" from any of the three levels only when the cage doors are completely closed.  The outer and inner doors are completely automatic.
 

SMWorship

Special services are held:

Wednesdays in Advent
Christmas Eve & Christmas Day
Epiphany
Wednesdays in Lent
Maundy Thursday
Good Friday
Ascension Day
Thanksgiving Eve

Worship is at the very heart and center of our common life at St. Mark's. Celebrating the liturgy common to Christians for centuries.

We welcome people of all ages to join us in gathering around God's Word and God's banquet table of grace.

Using song and hymnody from Lutheran Book of Worship, With one Voice, and many other resources, we join the church in all places and throughout the ages in giving thanks and praise to the triune God.

All are welcome!



"Christians gather with others who have heard the same invitation in order to listen to Jesus, to speak to him, to eat and drink in his presence, and to celebrate his work in the world. Then we scatter. Having been refreshed and re-created on Sunday, we are now able to live as his disciples in ways that show forth the good news to others. We are a Sunday people." - William H. Willimon