Interested in finding our more about St. Mark?  Wondering about becoming a member?


NEW MEMBERSHIP CLASSES AVAILABLE!

Location: Fellowship Hall of St. Mark Lutheran Church

What are the benefits of being a member of a Church?

  • It identifies a person as a genuine believer (Eph. 2:19; Rom. 12:2-5)
  • It provides a spiritual family to support and encourage them in their walk with Christ (Gal. 6:1-2; Heb. 10:24-25)
  • It gives them a place to discover and use their gifts in ministry (1 Cor. 12:4-27
  • It places them under the spiritual protection of Godly leaders (Heb. 13:17; Acts 20:28-29)
  • It gives them the accountability they need to grow (Eph. 5:21)

What is it like to be a Christian without a church home?

  • A football player without a team
  • A soldier without a platoon
  • A tuba player without an orchestra
  • A sheep without a flock
  • A child without a family
  • A Christian without a church is an orphan.

What do we expect from our members?

  • Learn (to grow in)

    • Study God’s Word as individuals and community
  • Live (to point to)
    • Showing others how to follow Jesus
  • Love (to share with all)
    • Sharing how Jesus transforms your life through serving and stories

What can our members expect from their church?

  • An opportunity to hear the preached Word
  • An opportunity for fellowship
  • An opportunity to mature as a Christian through Christian education
  • An opportunity to use their spiritual gifts to the glory of God and the edification of humankind
  • An opportunity to grow in, point to, and share with all the love of God in Christ Jesus

How does someone become a member of St Mark Lutheran Church?

  • Receive Baptism in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit
  • Attend Exploring Membership Class
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Worship Service Cancellation Due to Bad Weather - If you are concerned about the weather and wondering if there will be a worship service, please listen to WCLO or WJVL on the radio, or check www.wclo.com for cancellations or call your Deacon or a member of the Church Council.