On the advice and guidance of our Synod and National Church offices and to abide by public health directives related to the COVID-19 situation, we regret that public Sunday worship and all other programming / events at St. Mark’s are now suspended until further notice.
There are two ways to join us for an online worship experience.
Please see the links below for viewing the service at a time convenient to you and to access various resource materials related to worship.
Join with other members and friends of St. Mark’s for our Facebook “Watch Party” services. To receive advance notification of service / Watch Party times, please “LIKE” our Facebook Page.
Thursday, August 6: Mid-Week Devotion
Sunday, August 9: 10th Sunday after Pentecost
Service of the Word – Hosted by Epiphany Lutheran
- Worship Service Video
- Aug 9, 2020 Today’s Readings 10th Sunday after Pentecost
- Prayers of the People Aug 9, 2020
- Children’s Bulletin
Previous Sunday worship services and mid-week devotions are available from:
Celebrating Holy Communion Online
Beginning Sunday, May 3, we will be including the celebration of Holy Communion in our online worship service. Our intention is offer Holy Communion every other Sunday.
It is our hope that those wishing to participate will join us for worship at 10 AM on Sunday morning either by joining our Facebook watch party or by using the link to worship service video found elsewhere on this page. Those not wishing to receive communion are still welcome to worship with us.
A number of resources have been prepared to assist you in preparing to participate in communion at a distance. Please see the links below to access individual resources.
- General Information – some background on why we are implementing this practice
- Instructional Video – how to set up a communion table in your home
- Check list – a summary of points discussed in the video
- Communion Liturgy – download and print the order of the communion service
- Bread recipes – for those wanting to bake communion bread with recipes used by St. Mark’s.