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
Sundays, 6:00 pm
Join us for 90 minute, very informal conversations about interesting, thoughtful books on various Bible topics.
Beginning Oct. 29 we open
The Messianic Message: Predictions, Patterns &
the Presence of Jesus in the Old Testament,
by Rev. Dr. Reed Lessing & Rev. Dr. Andrew Steinmann.
Using Old Testament scripture the book follows biblical characters & their prophecies pointing to Christ, showing the full messianic message.
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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 cereal, rice, pasta sauce, baked beans, canned meat, coffee, tea, detergent & dish soap. Please leave your non-perishable donations in the Narthex Missions Nook.
Saint Mark partners with
Cuatro Puntos has begun a new season of Saint Mark concerts
Cuatro Puntos & Ukranian pianist Irena Portenko presented a program of Ukranian chamber music, Nov. 9, 2023. Concert video & pictures at:
Dear Partner in Ministry,
Thank you for all the ways your congregation cares for others. We join you in praying for our neighbors caught in danger in Israel and Gaza.
If you are called to action, your love can reach innocent civilians & rush aid to families in crisis right now.
Lutheran World Relief has a long history of reaching our neighbors caught in the crossfire in this region. From sending emergency health care supplies to delivering LWR Mission Quilts, your love has long been reaching our neighbors caught in this conflict. With your support, together, we will not abandon these neighbors now. We are reaching out to our longstanding partners in the region to determine the specifics of our coordinated response & are committed to updating you as those plans become clearer.
As always, your gift will deliver critically needed resources like medical care, food, water & essential supplies where they are needed most.
The Rev. Lisa Kipp
Director, Congregational Engagement, Lutheran World Relief
Gifts can be made online at lwr.org/crisis or mail a check (memo CRISIS) to:
Lutheran World Relief, PO Box 17061, Baltimore, MD 21297-1061
Lutheran Disaster Response shares God's hope, healing & renewal with people whose lives have been disrupted by disasters in the United States & around the world. When the dust settles & the headlines change, we stay, providing ongoing assistance..
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.