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

Kidz Fellowship Events

Kids’ Night Out & Parents’ Night Off

Children ages 4-10 years-old are invited to join the fun each month from 6-9 PM in the gym for Kids’ Night Out & Parents’ Night Off. Children will be able to enjoy activities, games, a movie, and a (nut-free) snack throughout the evening as they are supervised by Cornerstone youth, while you are welcome to go out for quality parent time! Kids’ Night Out will take a break during summer months. Contribution of $15 per child (or $30 per family) which will serve as a fundraiser for youth mission trips and retreats.

Registration required

Club 56 Fellowship Events

Club 56 Program Overview

Club 56 weaves together Bible instruction, some theology, service projects and relationship building. All 5th & 6th graders are
welcome to come join the fun! Feel free to invite friends, grandchildren, and neighbors!

Christmas Party, December 16 | 3-5 PM  
Come enjoy the season with a Christmas party and White Elephant gift exchange. If you would like to participate in the optional gift exchange, bring a small gift ($10 max or a re-gift of something in like new condition) and be ready for a rousing competition. Club 56ers are invited to bring a Christmas treat to share (plan a snack for 4 people and we’ll have a variety of good eats to share).

Winter Retreat, January 25 — 26  
Arrive at St. Mark’s at 6:00 PM on Friday (a light dinner will be served). Club 56ers will play games, watch a movie, and have a lock-in sleepover before going tubing at a nearby resort on Saturday. Club 56ers will be back at St. Mark’s and ready for parent pick-up at 5:00 PM on Saturday. This is a great event to invite friends. Students who prefer to sleep at home are welcome to have a “late over” with a 10:00 PM pick-up on Friday and, if desired, return on Saturday morning around 8:00 AM for tubing.
Sign-ups will be available mid-December.

Kidz Mission Opportunity

Book Drive to Benefit Fletcher Place Community Center

During the month of December Help the children of St Mark’s bless other boys and girls by donating new and used children’s books during December. This is a great way to clean out bookshelves before the holiday and children can experience the joy of serving. Books will be collected in a labeled Christmas box located in the education wing of the church. The entire congregation is invited to participate.
We hope to help children and families make the connection between the importance of reading-to-learn with great books available for sale in the Children’s Holiday Book Fair, and gifting books to other boys and girls in Indianapolis for their own home collection.