God's Love knows NO BOUNDS nor BARRIERS!

ALL are called to be His children.

Through His Son, Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior, God WELCOMES ALL!

St. Mark's & the ELCA hold this at our very core, WELCOMING ALL who seek the Lord.

Join us each Sunday to worship He who created us, sustains us, and calls us His own.



In our services we use a wide variety of sources drawing on many worship traditions to guide our worship, including several different hymnals.

Worship follows a formal liturgy drawing upon the rich history of liturgical worship. 

There'll be lots of singing, the Lutheran Church long having been known as "The Singing Church." Martin Luther, founder of the Lutheran Church, was also a noted hymn writer. His most famous hymn, "A Mighty Fortress Is Our God", is considered by many to be the anthem of the Lutheran Church.

After Service Fellowship

Join us each Sunday after service in the Fellowship Hall for fellowship over coffee/tea/hot cocoa and "goodies".

We invite you to join us during Lent and Advent beginning Ash Wednesday, February 22.

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We gather Wednesday evenings for a devotional appropriate to the season of Lent, the time of reflection and repentance leading to the Passion of Christ.

Ash Wednesday, February 22: Divine service featuring the imposition of ashes and Holy Communion.

2023 Lenten Devotionals begin Wednesday, March 1 and continue weekly to March 29 at 6P each week.  They will start with a light supper followed by devotional on the theme of "Water & Spirit: Journeys of Faith"


We gather Wednesday evenings for a devotional appropriate to Advent, the time of anticipation of the birth of Jesus.

2023 Advent Devotionals begin Wednesday, December 6 and continue weekly to December 20.