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Welcome to St. Mark Lutheran Church

St Mark is holding in-person worship services on Sunday mornings at 10:00am! 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

Newest Posts

  • Welcome to today’s service. As we end the liturgical year, it time for Advent! If you would like to participate during communion, please have wine and bread ready to do so. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QjrhbEN83Es

  • Welcome to today’s service. Beloved of God, go in peace to love and serve the Lord! If you would like to participate during communion please have wine and bread ready to do so. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GgNMNsIB8m4

  • Welcome to today’s service. Sing the praises loud for every hall to hear. If you would to participate during communion, please have wine and bread ready to do so. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lxL63QccdGI

  • Welcome to today’s service. Let us remember the saints this day, both living and those with God. If you would like to participate during communion, please have wine and bread ready to do so https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ef8raVWNW94

  • These photos are just a small taste of the produce that has been delivered from our St. Mark Garden to the Lacey and Olympia Food Banks this year. 10,000 pounds and counting.   Click on images to enlarge.  

  • Our pews and chairs throughout the church were adorned on Sunday, October 29, 2023 with beautiful, handcrafted quilts created by our St. Mark Quilters. Once a year, the group’s quilts are boxed up and sent to Lutheran World Relief for distribution across the world, helping those effected by poverty, war and natural disasters. Annually, 300,000 quilts from various sources are sent to Lutheran World Relief for this important ministry. This year, 131 quilts from St. Mark will be added to those being sent worldwide. Furnishing quilts is another way St. Mark can wrap those in need in warmth and love. Pastor Beth blesses the quilts during worship service, as each quilt is touched by our congregation members. The blessing reminds us all that we are not alone, even in difficult times. If you are interested in learning how you can get involved with this ministry, please talk to members of the St. Mark Quilting Group. Check with the church office for specific contacts. Thank you, St. Mark Quilters, for your hard work and loving hands! Click on the images to enlarge.


St Mark is transitioning to a blend of in-person and virtual events. Events will appear as they are scheduled.

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Clean Kids Ministry

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  • North American Church Leaders Call for Peace in Holy Land in Advent Prayer Resource November 29, 2023
    ​CHICAGO — The leaders of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCIC), the Anglican Church of Canada (ACC) and The Episcopal Church (TEC) have released the Churches Beyond Borders 2023 Advent Cycle of Prayer.The prayer resource calls for justice and peace, especially for churches impacted by the war in […]
  • North American and Holy Land Heads of Churches Meet in Solidarity, Prayer November 17, 2023
    ​On Nov. 16, the North American heads of Churches Beyond Borders met online with their Lutheran and Episcopal counterparts in the Holy Land for a time of solidarity and prayer.The six participating heads of churches included Archbishop Hosam Naoum of the Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and the Middle East, Bishop Doctor Sani Ibrahim Azar of […]