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St Mark is holding in-person worship services on Sunday mornings at 8:30 and 11:00! To help with our planning, please pre-register for worship by contacting the church office at 360-491-2052. For those who are not comfortable attending worship in person, Sunday morning services are recorded and published on our website. They will be posted that evening or Monday morning.

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2109 College St SE, Lacey, WA
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  • Welcome to worship on the Third Sunday in Pentecost!  Today we hear Jesus tell parables about sowing seeds and growing mustard trees. God bless you as you worship today!  If you would like to participate in Holy Communion, please have your bread and wine (or something similar) ready. The worship bulletin can be found below the video link. We are thankful you are here! https://youtu.be/uTaPzg7c-WA 06-13 1100 a.m. Service  

  • Welcome to worship on the Second Sunday of Pentecost!  It is good to be together as the people of God!   Today Jesus warns about a “house divided” and Pastor Eric offers us four words to live by as a community of faith.  We welcome you to participate in the celebration of Holy Communion.  Please have your bread and wine or something similar ready.   God bless you as you worship today!   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IfsauxMKmE0

  • “The crucifixion was an act of violence meant to silence Jesus and his gospel of liberation and hope.” After witnessing acts of violence this week, particularly against Black and Brown people, Bishop Eaton reminds us of all the ways our church has committed to do justice – on racism, on health care, on education, on immigration — but implores us to do more. Work for change. Get in contact with your neighbors, communities, lawmakers and officials. The same liberating gospel that sets us free from sin sets us free to serve our neighbor. “Become active, dear church.” ELCA Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton | April 16, 2021 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BFZ-5_jCFGw

  • Welcome to worship on Trinity Sunday! This morning we hear the story of Nicodemus approaching Jesus at night and the resulting beloved words from scripture: “For God so loved the world….” Our service includes Holy Communion. Please have your bread and wine or something similar ready if you would like to participate. May you be reminded today just how much God loves you! https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=IwYUR550UfM&feature=youtu.be

  • Welcome to worship on Pentecost Sunday!  Wear red and celebrate the gift of the Holy Spirit!  If you would like to participate in Holy Communion, please have your bread and wine, or something similar, ready!  God bless you!   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X5lWxN4e6ds

  • 4/20/2021 5:50:00 PM The trial of Derek Chauvin, the former Minnesota police officer charged with the killing of George Floyd, has riveted our national attention these past weeks, and now a verdict has been reached. Together with people around the world, we have anticipated the jury’s decision with troubled hearts. As members of the community of Jesus, we affirm that “if one member suffers, all suffer together with it” (1 Corinthians 12:26, NRSV). No jury verdict can erase the pain of the Floyd family, and we share our condolences and pray for ongoing comfort in their suffering and for all whose lives have been touched by this tragedy. As people of the cross, we believe in the hope of the resurrection. Yet we cannot rush to Easter Sunday without reflecting on the oppression of Good Friday. The murder of George Floyd is one of the many examples of the ongoing abuse of police authority. The extrajudicial killings of Brown and Black bodies must stop. We recommit ourselves as a church to continue to fight against the sin of racism and to hold accountable unjust systems and structures that perpetuate injustices, including our own.  In the words of Martin Luther King Jr: “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.” The work of confronting these injustices is long overdue. Let us together in our congregations and communities discern how we are being called in this moment to live out our baptismal promise to serve all people and strive for justice and peace. For further discussion, you can read the following sections from ELCA social statements and policy: The Church and Criminal Justice: Hearing the Cries, elca.org/Faith/Faith-and-Society/Social-Statements/Criminal-Justice (pages 9 and 13). Freed in Christ: Race, Ethnicity, and Culture, elca.org/Faith/Faith-and-Society/Social-Statements/Race-Ethnicity-and-Culture (pages 4 and 5). Declaration of the ELCA to People of African Descent, Slavery_Apology_Explanation.pdf  (page 2). In Christ, The Rev. Elizabeth A. EatonPresiding Bishop Evangelical Lutheran Church in America – – – About the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America: The ELCA is one of the largest Christian denominations in the United States, with nearly 3.3 million members in more than 8,900 worshiping communities across the 50 states and in the Caribbean region. Known as the church of “God’s work. Our hands.,” the ELCA emphasizes the saving grace of God through faith in Jesus Christ, unity among Christians and service in the world. The ELCA’s roots are in the writings of the German church reformer Martin Luther. For information contact: Candice Hill Buchbinder Public Relations Manager 773-380-2877 Candice.HillBuchbinder@ELCA.org   https://www.elca.org/News-and-Events/8099


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