Worship in the Parking Lot in Vehicles
Saturdays at 5:00pm & Sundays at 10:00am
Tune your radio to FM 91.9
Worship can be found on YouTube - stmarksserves
NO WORSHIP IN THE BUILDING
St. Mark's will now allow meetings of groups of 20 or less indoors in the fellowship hall. Groups will be masked and socially distanced and not allowed to share food or drink.
Living Legacy interviews will be sent each Wednesday by email
YouTube - stmarksserves
NO Sunday School May 9. Sunday School will meet on Sundays after worship until the end of the school year.
Youth Group will meet every Wednesday in May at 7pm.
Bible Study meets every Wednesday at 10:00am
Please contact the office if you are interested in joining
Book Study meets every Thursday at 10:00am
Please contact the office if you are interested and need a book
Noisy Offering will be held the 2nd and 4th weekend of each month during parking lot services
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE will NOT meet in May
Tuesday, May 11 at 7pm
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ST. MARK'S LUTHERAN
If anyone needs help
supplies or medicine
please let the church office
know and we will help
in any way possible.
St. Mark's Lutheran is located in the heart of Sioux Falls. We are a caring, compassionate, mission-oriented congregation of diverse people. Come explore your faith with us!
If you are interested in visiting or joining, explore our website, check out the "I'M NEW" tab, and feel free to contact the church office via email, phone or social media. We would greatly enjoy your presence at worship and would gladly answer any questions about our church family or our work in the community.
To nurture faith and life for loving service in Christ's name.
Called and Empowered to be
Proclaiming the Word of God through worship,
sacraments, prayer, and study.
Giving importance to human relationships, celebrating
individual gifts, and maintaining a sense of belonging.
Seeing the image of God in all people and striving to
do God's work in the community and the world.
Serving faithfully with passion and dedication.
St. Mark's has its roots in the Swedish-Lutheran tradition and is a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), the largest Lutheran denomination in America. The ELCA has a proud history of diversity in its people and ideas, along with a focus on helping others throughout the world, and these values represent our congregation well.