Property Committee

The Property committee is responsible for maintaining and upgrading St. Mark’s building and grounds. All are invited to share their knowledge, time, and effort either by serving on the Property Committee or by volunteering to help with planned projects. The committee meets every fourth Tuesday of the month at 6pm in...

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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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Sunday School – all ages

All youth will begin Sunday School at 9am in the Narthex for opening music. Then the Pre-Kindergarten through 4thgrade students will go to the Fellowship Hall for Bible Study and an activity (art, music, drama, science, or cooking), the middle school students to the undercroft for a book club, and...

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Preschool chapel

The congregation of St. Mark has made the intentional and hopeful decision for children to be an important part of our community. Our preschool students come to chapel weekly to learn about God’s love for all.

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Sunday morning worship with communion

Our weekly worship service is held Sunday mornings at 10:15. Other special services are held throughout the year, but all of our services follow the same basic format. Christian worship is a work of all the people who want to be formed and renewed as disciples. We experience God’s grace,...

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Women’s Book Club

This informal group meets the fourth Monday of each month from 7:00 pm until about 8:30 pm in St. Mark’s Library. We read a wide variety of books: fiction, non-fiction, classics and new releases, as soon as they are available in paperback. We usually select our books at least two...

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Worship & Music committee

The Worship & Music Committee is charged with envisioning ways to make worship responsive, enriching, and nurturing. Examples this past year include the inclusion of a responsive psalm in the Sunday service, CPR training for ushers and an emergency response protocol, a neighborhood invitation to Holy Week/Easter services, the installation...

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