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Welcome to St. Mark Lutheran Church

St Mark is holding in-person worship services on Sunday mornings at 10:00! Face coverings are no longer required. However, you are very welcome to wear a face covering if this is your preference. For those who are not yet comfortable attending worship in person, Sunday morning services are recorded and published on our website.

Worship Times

Sundays: 10am
2109 College St SE, Lacey, WA
Map | 360-491-2052

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  • Welcome to worship on the 4th Sunday of Epiphany! Today we hear the Beatitudes and are reminded to be “Humble and Kind.”  The Chancel Choir sings “Ave Verum Corpus.” Please have your bread and wine ready if you would like to take communion. God bless you as you worship! https://youtu.be/s_2XocyBg0Q

  • Welcome to worship on this Third Sunday after Epiphany!   We are glad you are here. For Children’s Time and the sermon, Pastor Beth is joined by her former student Erin Horne and Erin’s guide dog, Opie.  They have a conversation about the scripture lessons and faith and life.   The music is inspirational and inviting.  All are welcome to participate in communion. Please have your bread and wine ready. God bless you as you worship! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GgFEeeg1T24  

  • The St. Mark 2023 Community Garden was started 1/16/2023.  The first row of garlic is in the ground.  Only a few more rows to do! Head Gardener, Gary Delozier (shown here), reported the 2022 total produce donated weighed in at 11,371 pounds…down a bit due to a cold, wet spring. The garden was fortified with lots of manure this fall and had a good rototilling, so it will be ready to produce again soon.  Thanks to all who participate and contribute to this wonderful ministry.

  • Welcome to today’s worship service. If you would like to participate during communion, please have your wine and bread ready to do so. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n7A3GdNfA98

  • Welcome to today’s service. Listen to the bells and enjoy the music on this fine Sunday morning. If you would like to join in during communion, please have your wine and bread ready to do so. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=11jcpoHQiqE

  • Welcome to our Epiphany Lessons and Carols Service!  Today’s readings and songs remind us the light shines in the darkness!  Jesus tells us we are the light of the world.  Izzy Coulson, a former choir student of our Music Director Terry Shaw, offers a beautiful song today! Our service includes Holy Communion.  Please have your bread and wine ready if you would like to participate. Here is the worship link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xsAq49jyClw


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  • A Statement on the Killing of Tyre Nichols January 27, 2023
    ​"Christians in their longing for Christ find themselves deeply immersed in the sufferings of the world. Christians are not aloof spectators, watching the world's troubles. ... [F]aith leads us into solidarity with suffering." —ELCA social statement, The Church and Criminal Justice: Hearing the Cries (2013)As the nation watches another video exposing police violence against a Black […]