Traditional: 8:15AM & 11:00AM | The Current 9:40AM

Upcoming Events at St. Mark’s

Fall Festival

October 20

Holy Walk through Bethlehem

November 30, December 1

October 2018

Mission in Action Day (MIA Day)

October 14 | 9 AM

Mark your calendar and plan to join us for a day of caring, serving and actively living our motto – “Where Mission is a Way of Life”. A variety of outreach projects will be offered as part of MIA Day. We begin with a short worship service at 9 AM then break up to serve either at St. Mark’s or offsite.

Fall Festival

October 20 | 4 – 6 PM

Don’t miss St. Mark’s Fall Festival! This year’s festival will have activities designed for kids of all ages. Hot Dogs and Nachos will be provided free as well as s’mores over the bonfire. This year will see a return of the Creepy Crawly Petting Zoo, Halloween carnival games and bingo played for prizes. Let your kids dress up help celebrate the fall season at St. Mark’s.

November 2018

UMW Arts and Craft Sale

November 3 | 9 AM to 4 PM

Vendors will offer a variety of unique items including quilts, handmade jewelry, doll clothes, toys and more! Snacks and a light lunch will be available at the Candy Cane Cafe. Homemade treats will be for sale at the bake shop!

Attention St. Mark’s Crafters Please begin now to prepare your crafts for the Market Place. Popular items in the past have included matching knit scarves and hats, aprons, ornaments, American Girl doll clothes and jewelry.

Mental Illness Book Discussion

November 10 | 7:30 AM 

You are invited to a series of book discussions related to mental illness to be held at St. Mark’s. Each book provides a perspective from individuals who live with bipolar disorder, anxiety or depression. Please feel free to share this information with others. The first discussion will highlight Looking at Recovery Through the Rear View Mirror: A Bipolar’s Story by Norman Newman and John P Sheehan.

Holy Walk Through Bethlehem

November 30 & December 1 | 6 PM

Find yourself surrounded by the spirit of Christmas as you travel outdoors to Bethlehem of 2000 years ago to pay your taxes and be counted in the Roman Census. Hear the angels announce the birth of the Messiah. Listen as the shepherds, the prophet and the wise men talk of signs and wonders. Enjoy the city alive with activity, but with no room at the inn. Avoid the anger of the Roman soldiers and tax collectors. See a newborn babe asleep in a manger. Experience all this and more on the 2018 Holy Walk Through Bethlehem.


If you would like more information on any of these events, please call the church office 317-846-4912. If you would like to help with any of the events, please contact Shelley Carver.