Click here to see all the happening in July at St. Mark’s – including a blood drive, a HUGE Rummage Sale and a new Faith Formation class.
Do you love gospel hymns, folk songs, and camp favorites? Don’t miss Lutheridge Sunday on June 17, 2018! Join your church family for worship in the great outdoors at 11:00 am in Whisnant Chapel. After the service we’ll gather at Lakeside Lodge for food and games. Lutheridge Sunday is an experience for the whole family. […]
Click here to read all that’s happening in June! We’ve got fun activities planned for children, youth and adults!
In Jesus’ high priestly prayer, we are reminded that through all of life’s betwixt and between Jesus is praying for us, even now, that God would protect us and help us to be one body in Christ. Gospel: John 17:6-19
In my 14 years at St. Mark’s, I have always tried to preach relevant and meaningful sermons. Most of them begin and end with a story. I hope that every sermon I have preached has been a Kerygmatic sermon that proclaims the Gospel and points to Jesus …
The Risen Jesus appears to the disciples and greets them, “Peace be with you.” They thoughts they were seeing a ghost – so Jesus eats a piece of fish in their presence and explained to them the scriptures – “Thus it is written, that the Messiah is to suffer and to rise from the dead […]
To be Continued…Mark ends abruptly and makes us feel that the resurrection story is “To Be Continued…” Indeed it is! The Story of Jesus Christ and His resurrection continues IN US IN GALILEE TODAY, TOMORROW & FOREVER. Mark 16:1-8 Open Your Eyes – He is Risen – On Easter morning WE SEE the light of […]
With the Greeks in John’s Gospel, we cry out “we wish to see Jesus” as we encounter pain and suffering in our lives and the world around us. In John 12:20-33, we hear who Jesus is, and what his death means for us and all creation.