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  • Schedule and Services for Lent Ash Wednesday - March 1st, 12:15 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. in the Sanctuary Thursday Lunch Series “I Give Up” - Mooresville Community Lenten Luncheon Series Each Thursday; March 2nd – April 6th, 11:45 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. First Baptist Church Fellowship Hall, 150 South Church Street, Mooresville Wednesday Night Lenten Service ~ March 8, 15, 22, 29 & April 5. Soup Supper in the FLC beginning at 5:45 p.m. Please bring soup by 5:30, see sign-up sheet insert in this bulletin. Worship with Luther's Small Catechism Since the year 2017 marks the international observance of the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation, St. Mark's midweek Lenten series is built ...
    Posted by Stan Suther
  • First Communion FIRST COMMUNION SIGNUPS! - Calling all 3rd through 5th graders: You're invited to sign up for the 2017 First Communion class! Classes will be led by Pastor Dave and Carissa Abraham during Sunday School March 26th, April 2nd, and April 9th. First Communion will be celebrated during Maundy Thursday worship on April 13th! Signup sheets are available in the Narthex, in Sunday School, at Little LYNCs, and in the office or you may contact Pastor Dave, Carissa, or the office to get signed up by Sunday, March 5th.
    Posted Feb 20, 2017, 4:41 PM by Stan Suther
  • Building Youth Groups BYG RETREAT at CAMP AGAPE MARCH 31-APRIL 2 - Carissa Abraham will lead St. Mark’s 3rd-5th graders on a retreat to Camp Agape for BYG – Building Youth Groups – for a fun, community building experience! We’re going to have tons of fun in the woods at camp as we play and learn together and spend some time with new friends! Camper cost for this trip is $65. See Carissa for an information packet. SIGN-UP by Wednesday, February 29th, to join us for an awesome weekend!
    Posted Feb 20, 2017, 4:36 PM by Stan Suther
  • Making Music with Shining Light! St. Mark’s contemporary music group, is reorganizing and looking for youth and adult musicians. All interested singers and instrumentalists (guitar, bass, wind, string, keyboard and percussion) are invited to participate. Rehearsals will probably be on Monday or Thursday evenings, and with enough singers and instrumentalists your commitment time will be limited. CONTACT: Robbie Pearson, Monday, February 27 at 6:30 p.m. in the sanctuary - Informational, planning meeting and brief rehearsal.
    Posted Feb 20, 2017, 4:31 PM by Stan Suther
  • Shrove Tuesday, Pancake Supper Shrove Tuesday is named for the medieval practice of being shriven (being absolved of sins) on the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday. After being shriven, the people would engage in merrymaking. In France as well as New Orleans the day became known as Mardi Gras (from the French for “Fat Tuesday”). The day is associated with foods such as pancakes and potato doughnuts. When Lent was kept by abstinence from meat and by fasting, certain foods were not allowed even to be kept in the home. It was the custom to use up all the butter, milk, eggs, and fats before Ash Wednesday. The doughnuts that were made were known as Fastnachts, which is German for “eve of the fast.” Please ...
    Posted Feb 13, 2017, 4:05 PM by Stan Suther
  • Position Available The Faith Formation and Engagement Ministries Director position has been posted on the NC Synod website. This role will be full time and focused on education and engagement within the church and community.  If you would like detailed information about the position, please call the Church office, 704-664-5474. 
    Posted Feb 6, 2017, 8:29 AM by Stan Suther
  • Habitat for Humanity News Our Towns Habitat has brought the Mooresville Faith Coalition back together to help with two more houses on Burke Circle!  If you recall, last year 6 local churches, including St. Mark’s helped sponsor and build a home.  This year, the homes already have financing and they need assistance with the build.  Our Towns Habitat has been very appreciative of our help with Habitat in the past and invites our assistance again. You can always sign up individually to work: 150 Burke Circle February 18th, Vinyl siding, paint wallsMarch 2nd, Interior trimMarch 11th, paint interior trim152 Burke CircleFebruary 11th, FramingFebruary 15th, Sheath roof, attic, deckFebruary 18th, Porch beam, gable trusses prepMarch 25th, Vinyl ...
    Posted Jan 31, 2017, 8:14 AM by Stan Suther
  • 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.
    Posted Jan 23, 2017, 6:14 PM by Stan Suther
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