St. Mark's Lutheran Community
We are a Reconciling in Christ Congregation
We, the people of St. Mark Lutheran Church commit to being a Reconciling in Christ Congregation. We welcome because Jesus shows us how to welcome in the Gospels, regardless of race or culture, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or relationship status. As followers of Christ, who calls us to reconciliation and wholeness, we welcome all who are seeking God. We are committed to the work of anti-racism, bringing justice for all God’s beloveds. We welcome you without regard to addictions, physical or mental health, imprisonment, socio-economic circumstances, or anything that too often divides us. Our unity is in Christ.
What We Believe
We know that laughter, joy and fun are vital to life!
We worship God, who loves us always.
God is the Father who creates us, the Son who saves us, and the Holy Spirit who guides us.
We believe that the Bible is the word of God. It is a story of God’s love that provides hope and peace for daily life. As such, it is a timeless message that brings joy and fulfillment. The heart of this message is God’s free and ever-flowing gift of grace in which we hear the good news that we are loved and forgiven.
We believe that loving God and loving others is the key to life’s joy! This love transforms lives, families, communities and gives hope and purpose.
We are a community of people who come together to live out this purpose – to connect people to God and one another.
All are welcome!