Worship is central to St. Mark, and we hope you’ll join us this weekend for one of our five opportunities to worship:
Wednesday at 6:00pm
Join the St. Mark Band for a service filled with music and the same message as our weekend services.
Saturday at 5:00pm
This contemporary service includes a more in-depth teaching message. Holy Communion is a part of this service each week.
Sunday at 8:30am or 11:10am
On Sundays, join us for a service filled with Traditional Lutheran elements and led by beautiful organ music. Our pastors wear robes at these services, and you’ll see members both dressed up and dressed down. Communion is part of this service each week, and the St. Mark Choir regularly sings at one or both of these services on a Sunday.
Sunday at 10:00am
Each week our contemporary band leads worship, including modern songs and old favorites. People dress more casually for this service. Communion is offered every week at this service. During the school year, St. Mark Kids (St. Mark’s program for preschool-5th grade) takes place during this service.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you have a nursery?
The St. Mark nursery is available during all Sunday worship services. The nursery is staffed by CPR certified attendants who have completed background and reference checks. The nursery is designed and dedicated to serving children age 0-3 years. In order to maintain a safe and comfortable environment for the little ones, we ask that children older than 3 years are not dropped off in the nursery.
Are my kids welcome in worship?
We not only believe that kids are the future, but that they are an important part of who we are now. We are glad to have your whole family be a part of our services. Nursery is available as a courtesy to parents, but we know that the way kids learn about worship is to be in services regularly.
Who can take communion at St. Mark?
At St. Mark, we offer communion to anyone who wishes to receive it. We practice communion in two ways: most services you’ll receive a piece of bread that you can dip into either wine or grape juice (this is called intinction), and at the traditional services, we sometimes invite the congregation to receive the bread and wine while kneeling or standing along the altar rail.
Will I be singled out if I visit?
We won’t ask you to stand or tell people who you are if you visit. If you want to tell us you’re here, that’s easy! In every seat you’ll find a Next Steps card. Just fill it out and hand it to one of the ushers. They will be glad to give you more information about St. Mark.
Will I be asked to give money?
We believe that the service itself is a gift to our visitors. While many people support what we are doing as a church with their time and resources, we want you to know that we won’t pressure you to give. We do pass offering baskets each service, because we know many people will choose to support our ministry.
Do you have any other questions?
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