In an effort to keep all of us healthy and safe, St. Mark’s has made some changes.
We will continue to worship on Sundays at 9:30 am in our sanctuary. For now, communion will continue to be served every Sunday, but we will not be doing intinction. Other measures will be implemented such as no shaking of hands, not passing the offering plate, etc.
We will not have coffee and fellowship following worship.
Our Lent Worships on Wednesdays will continue but have been moved up to 6:00 pm. We WILL NOT serve family suppers on Wednesdays.
We are doing what we can to help our St. Mark’s friends and family stay healthy. Any changes will be updated here as needed.
Beginning Wednesday, March 4th, we will gather for a family supper followed by worship.
Supper will begin serving at 6:00 pm followed by worship in the Chapel at 6:45 pm. Our liturgy will be the Holden Evening Prayer worship.
Our WELCA group hosted their annual Christmas Brunch in December. Food and fellowship and entertainment. A great way to spend a morning.
Our Education Department celebrated an early Halloween with the All 4 Learning Day Care yesterday afternoon. There were games, face painting, and treats. Looks like everyone had fun!
Our special guests at our October 27th worship were Jason Bergman from Operation Bootstrap Africa, who shared information about their program AND Glory, who is a graduate of the MAAsae school in Tanzania. St. Mark’s has had a long standing relationship with this girls’ school and has sponsored students there for years. It was a wonderful surprise to have Glory with us and hear about her time at the school. She also shared about her adjustment to now being a college student in this area of the world. We enjoyed our time with them both.
St. Mark’s 2019-2020 Council Members were installed during worship on August 11th. Thank you to all of you for your leadership and your willingness to serve!
On July 28th, following worship, we honored Pastor Dale with a special graduation reception. He recently graduated from Luther Seminary. It was a fun time. Several people shared some memories and stories about working with Dale. His family was there to share in the celebration. And, there was cake!
St. Mark’s is helping out with St. Joseph’s Social Care’s Summer in the Park program. We are packing the food bags that will be sent home with children for their weekend meals.
Our first packing was May 28th, and we had a wonderful turn out – and packed a lot of meals. This is one of our favorite projects throughout the year.
Thank you to all our congregation members, volunteers from the Target store and those from our Scout Troop 130. You are all amazing!
These quilts displayed in our sanctuary this week were made by our group of quilters who meet here Wednesday mornings. These quilts are available for sale. Proceeds are used to purchase supplies to make more quilts that are given to various agencies locally and abroad, people in need, shut-ins, etc.