GUARD your creation against greed and over-consumption. Restore polluted air and waters, protect animal habitats, and send new growth where it is needed. Hear us, O God. Your mercy is great.
8am – 1 pm Donate items for the church to sell -OR- donate $10 and bring your own table to sell your stuff. Proceeds will benefit the FOOD PANTRY at Pearson Memorial United Methodist Church, right here in the White Horse area of Hamilton, along with a Lutheran benevolence fund. Come and check out … Read More
Revelation is a rich book of the Bible to study. God is profoundly concerned with the plight of the world, and faithful even amid the ordeals, tribulations, and plagues of the present and future. God is also exalted in the highest heavens, and brings about a renewed creation. In the … Read More
Learn how much college will cost, tax-advantaged ways to save for college, the role of financial aid, and other ways to fill the college funding gap. Refreshments & coffee will be served. Presented by Thrivent Financial. ALL ARE WELCOME – TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT, contact Lynda Dillman at (201) 704-4940 … Read More
The St. Mark Youth Group wants to know — will you be rooting for the NORTH CAROLINA PANTHERS or the DENVER BRONCOS this year? Toss your coins into your favorite team’s soup pot to see who wins. Perhaps your favorite team didn’t make it to Super Bowl 50? No problem! Toss your coins … Read More
St. Mark Strategic Planning: Part 1 – Ministry Analysis Please complete our online survey by clicking this link >>> bit.ly/stmarksurvey The survey is completely anonymous and should take only 10 – 15 minutes of your time. The information collected will be used throughout our strategic planning process this year. Your honest thoughts are crucial to helping us make constructive changes in … Read More
63 + 14 + 3 + 263…These numbers best describe the St. Mark Evangelical Lutheran Church’s 3rd ANNUAL CHILI COOK-OFF held on Saturday, January 30. Sixty-three people attended this popular fellowship event that featured 14 chili entries. Attendees donated canned food items in exchange for vote tokens (1 can = 1 vote). Happy winners were all around with everyone … Read More