Welcome To St. Mark's Lutheran Church!
St. Mark’s is at the place where we can feel God’s guiding spirit leading us
into a new future. “Behold” says our God,
“I make all things new”. We are
committed to growing our spiritual lives, continually asking, “what does it mean
to follow in Jesus’ footsteps?” We are committed to strengthening the
relationships within the community and developing new relationships with our
friends who come to eat and stay for worship. We are grateful to discover the
joy in being renewed.
From Our Pastor
Month of Love
Following God’s Call
From the March, 2015 issue of Branches
Last night Lynn, the boys and I went to hear Doug Pagitt and a musician
named Heather Lyn. Doug Pagitt is a pastor and author who recently wrote the
book Flipped. The book is about the sayings of Jesus that seem paradoxical
or are a flip. “Whoever finds their life will lose it, and whoever loses
their life for my sake will find it”. Matthew 10:39. “The first shall be
last”. Mark 10:31. He was a passionate speaker encouraging us to think more
openly about our relationship with God...
all of Pastor Lori's article in the March, 2015 issue of Branches.
St. Mark’s Calendar
Every Tuesday Food Pantry 10 a.m. – 12 Noon
Every Thursday Food Pantry 5:45 p.m. – 7:45 p.m.
Every Friday - Friday Free Meal 12:00 Noon – 1:00 p.m.
Bathroom Boxes – Lenten Mission Project
The South Central Synod Refugee Committee
intends to welcome ninety families to the Madison area this year, some
of those refugees will be from Bhutan and Iraq. As a part of this effort
they are collecting Bathroom Boxes. We have started filling bathroom
boxes by bringing in toilet paper, toothpaste, toothbrushes, shaving
cream, disposable razors, soap, deodorant, shampoo, towels and a shower
curtain. Each box is partially assembled and a sign up sheet to each box
for the missing item. Please join us in filling these essential bathroom
In the Spirit: A South Side Church, Tiny in
Numbers, Casts a Large Shadow
This article by Doug Erickson appeared in the Wisconsin State Journal on
Sunday, January 11. Read the article at: