The ELCA Bible Reading for Today


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What's Happening

  • Unify in July Worship and Music is excited to announce that we will "Unify in July" with one worship service at 10:00 a.m. each Sunday in July followed by Coffee Hour and Fellowship at 11:00.On July 3rd we'll sing some patriotic hymns and give thanks to God for our freedom and for all the men and women who have served and are currently serving in the armed forces and for those who gave the ultimate sacrifice to serve and protect us.Pastor Dave is planning an inspirational worship experience and will be preaching on Paul's letter to the Colossians which presents Jesus Christ like no other New Testament letter does. For instance, in chapter one, we ...
    Posted Jun 23, 2016, 2:08 PM by Stan Suther
  • Volunteer as a Guardian ad Litem Have you ever read a newspaper story about a child who was abused or neglected and wondered what happens to this child? If a child is lucky, their case is assigned to a volunteer Guardian ad Litem. The first thing the volunteer Guardian ad Litem will do is to get to know the child. They will want to know the child’s needs and wishes. Then they make recommendations to the Court. Each child has different circumstances and wishes. Volunteers are the voice of the child in court. Presently there are 41 children in Iredell waiting for a Guardian ad Litem. The Iredell GAL program needs more volunteers.The requirement to be a volunteer is to be an adult who ...
    Posted Jun 20, 2016, 10:55 AM by Stan Suther
  • Visitor Bags DID YOU KNOW ??? - The Evangelism Team has stuffed lots of visitor bags with goodies, and placed them around the church and FLC. We are inviting our members to take them to those who might need a church home or deliver to a member who has not been in attendance for awhile for whatever reason. Look for the brightly colored bags in the narthex!
    Posted Jun 20, 2016, 10:50 AM by Stan Suther
  • July Sunday School Adult I - meets in the front, right side of the FLC, at 9:00 a.m. each Sunday in July. We are completing a study of Romans and invite everyone to join us. Family Class - meets in the FLC, left end side. Except for July 3rd, the Family Class will have Sunday School at 8:45 a.m. during the month of July. Anyone from other classes is welcome to join us. We will continue our Bible study following the weekly scriptures.
    Posted Jun 13, 2016, 2:26 PM by Stan Suther
  • Property Committee- Painting We need volunteers to help paint all of the classrooms and the hall on the Nursery wing of the church.  Although this sounds like a big job, with enough volunteers we will be able to complete this task quickly.   We will continue to work on Saturday June 25th, beginning at 8:00 am.  We have plenty of paint, rollers and brushes.  If you can only stop by for an hour or two we will take all of the help we can get.  We will be happy to put your children to work, as long as they are past the age where they might be tempted to eat the paint instead of putting it on the walls.  We will also ...
    Posted Jun 13, 2016, 2:04 PM by Stan Suther
  • LUTHERANS LEARNING LUKE  – Journey with NC Lutherans this summer as we read together the Gospel of Luke. For 28 days, the synod’s Book of Faith Team will provide an introduction, overview, devotions and prayers for you to engage with scripture and read the Gospel of Luke with Lutherans from across the synod. The resource has been written by rostered leaders and lay people of all ages, including our own Molly Markley. The dates are June 12 – July 9; however if another 28 day period during the summer works better for you, use it then. There are a limited number of copies available in the Narthex and you can download and print it yourself from the NC Synod Book of Faith webpage: http ...
    Posted Jun 13, 2016, 1:58 PM by Stan Suther
  • Food for Days Thank You As the 2015-2016 school year draws to a close so does another very successful Backpack Ministry effort providing weekend meals for needy Mooresville area children in grades Pre-K thru 12. St. Mark's members have reached out in love to make this program successful. Your GENEROUS response to every request, whether it was prayer, monetary support, holiday meal cards, contributions of needed food items, Valentines, knit hats and gloves, etc., all made helping families in difficult situations possible.Our energetic team of St. Mark's packing volunteers served the children of Parkview Elementary each week of school from September to June. Averaging over 96 bags packed per week this year just at Parkview.Thank you to these special ...
    Posted Jun 6, 2016, 10:46 AM by Stan Suther
  • Prepare for "God's Work. Our Hands." Now Is The Time! Preparation for ELCA’s National Community Work Day God’s Work. Our Hands. September 11, 2016 St. Mark’s has been working on several projects throughout the year (scarves for Cherokee Reservation, sleeping mats for homeless, Habitat for Humanity, Food for Days Ministry, Soup Kitchen) The scarves and sleeping mats are ongoing projects, PLEASE ASK HOW YOU CAN HELP! Again this year, our project for September 11, 2016 will be preparing Hygiene Kits for children in need in our community. The following items are needed: SHAMPOO         TOOTH BRUSHES CONDITIONER        TOOTH PASTE WASH CLOTHS                 LOTION This can be all those travel size products you have picked up from your travels or if you wish to purchase items ...
    Posted Jun 6, 2016, 10:43 AM by Stan Suther
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