Bible Study

Sunday Zoom Bible Study 9AM

Bible Study on Zoom With Duane Sundays 9:00-10:00AM We are continuing St Mark’s Bible Study. We read and study the assigned lessons and Gospel for that Sunday. The class is modeled on the Sunday School class Mike Viise and Larry Closter taught when they were here. The class will be...

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Sunday Zoom Coffee Discussion

Each Sunday at 11AM, all are invited to join in some check in and discussion about the Sunday text and any other things. Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83020934716 Meeting ID: 830 2093 4716

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MORNING PRAYER 9AM

MORNING PRAYER LIVE our On St. Mark Facebook page 9AM Monday to Thursday. Have a candle, a Bible and some coffee or tea. We will pray and dwell in God’s word together. We will read the Book of Psalms and Acts. You are invited to post your prayers in the...

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Mission Council

The Mission Council has general oversight of the life and activities of our congregation, and in particular its worship life, with the goal that everything be done in accordance with the Word of God and the faith and practice of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. The Mission Council’s purpose...

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Women Book Club in Library 7PM

The Women’s Book club will meet on Monday, March 23,at 7:00 in the library to discuss Galileo’s Daughter by Dava Sobel.  Note the time, please. This meeting is open to any woman , member or friend, of the church. If you are interested in joining ,all you have to do is get a book,...

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Church Clean Up Day From 9 AM

Come any time from 9 AM until after lunch.  and join us working inside the church building and making everything clean and inviting. We will have cleaning supplies, good fellowship, food, and drinks. If you have questions, please talk to Tim Hess.

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GOOD FRIDAY SERVICE: April 10 at 6PM

We remember the suffering and death of Jesus on the cross for us. We hear Jesus’ last seven words and meditate on their meaning. We light and extinguish candles and end in darkness waiting for the Easter dawn to give us hope and life.

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