The Lutheran Church of Saint Mark
75 Griswold Street
Glastonbury, CT 06033
Worship services & special videos at
Events & pictures at
9:00 am, Service of the Word
& Sacrament (Holy Communion)
In-person & Zoom
TUESDAY MORNING PRAYER
9:00 am Matins, Zoom only
WEDNESDAY EVENING PRAYER
7:00 pm, Vespers, Zoom only
SAINT MARK SPRING ADULT FORUM
What does it mean to be a Lutheran?
Wednesdays, 10:15-11:30 am, thru June 7 led by Pastor John Marschhausen
Bible study... Lutheran Confessions... A little history... Hopefully, some learning, a lot of questions & conversation,
plus some fun.
Sign up poster in the narthex.
JOINT WORSHIP AT ST. JAMES
10:00 am, SUNDAY, JUNE 11
Saint James Episcopal Church
2584 Main St, Glastonbury
Saint Mark will join with Saint James
for a combined worship service at
10:00 am on June 11.
There will be no worship service that day at Saint Mark.
SUNDAY EVENING BIBLE STUDY
on Summer break until September
We ended this church year's study with
Everyday Spirituality: Discover a Life of Hope, Peace & Meaning, written by our ELCA New England Synod bishop,
Looking for, & finding God, in our daily activities is the focus of this very readable & easily understandable book. It's available from most major booksellers, with links on the Bishop's website:
Download worship bulletins
& our newsletter below
ALL Worship services
(Sundays & weekdays)
use the same
Zoom Meeting ID
In joy, we share Christ's truth.
This is Christ's church, there is a place for you here.
We are the church that shares a living, daring confidence in God's grace. Liberated by our faith, we embrace you as a whole person--questions, complexities and all. Join us as we do God's work in Christ's name for the life of the world.
Providing food for hungry local families. Make a difference with your donation. Glastonbury's Self-Serve Foodbank is serving clients. Needed are coffee, tea, rice, beans, & canned fruit. Please leave your non-perishable donations in the Narthex Missions Nook.
Saint Mark partners with
April 13 at Saint Mark
Since 2018 Cuatro Puntos Ensemble has been working with legendary santur virtuoso Dariush Saghafi and Iranian composer Reza Vali to explore and uplift ancient-meets-modern musical traditions of Persia (present-day Iran).
After five years of collaboration, the album Sounds of Persia with Dariush Saghafi and Cuatro Puntos Ensemble was released in April on Arkadash Records. To celebrate Cuatro Puntos Ensemble presented an evening of music April 13, featuring compositions by six contemporary Iranian women, with a special guest appearance by middle-eastern violin virtuoso Ameen Mokdad.
Saint Mark concert pictures & video clips HERE.
Ameen Mokdad interview on Connecticut Public Radio HERE.
THIS WEEK - THURSDAY, 7:00 pm
Cuatro Puntos & Ameen Mokdad return to Saint Mark June 1 at 7:00 pm
with Ekklesia Contemporary Ballet to perform Ameen's album, The Curve,
19 songs forming a soundscape transversing a range of emotions: fear, defeat, hope, and rebirth.
Everyday Spirituality: Discover a Life of Hope, Peace and Meaning, written by
New England Synod bishop
Jim Hazelwood, is the next focus of our Sunday evening Bible Study, beginning April 23. Drop in & check it out!
ELCA World Hunger is this church’s ministry to end hunger and poverty. Please give now and you can be part of the response as we work creatively and courageously in over 60 countries toward a just world where all are fed.
Your donation will be used where it is needed most within the wider category of each gift you’ve selected. (For example, a gift of vaccinations may be used to support other health care initiatives.)
This allows our church to stay adaptive, flexible and effective in the work that we do. Because we seek to honor your generosity and keep administrative costs low, we do not track individual financial gifts to specific families or locations in the U.S. or abroad.