St. Mark Lutheran Church and Preschool

A Lutheran Church of the Missouri Synod

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11900 Chillicothe Rd. Chesterland, OH 44026

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BIBLE STUDIES EXPLODING AT ST.MARK

Our Tuesday Morning Bible Study at St. Mark at 11 am has become extremely popular! 37 people this week! Usually led by Pastor Mark Matzke , this last Tuesday was led by Pastor Ron LePere. We are so blessed to have 3 retired (Pastors never really retire) Pastors at St. Mark. Pastor Ron LePere, Pastor Gerald Matzke, and Pastor Ken Welsh all attend and continue to contribute to the Lord’s work at St. Mark. Pastor Chris Ryan is our Associate…

Sharing The Good News at Trinity Ohio City

On Saturday Feb 17, 2024, St. Mark members along side members of Trinity Lutheran Ohio City, (TOC) and St. Peter’s , Shaker Heights, served home made Chili and corn bread along with delicious white cake, decorated with bible verses, to the homeless and disadvantaged residents of the local neighborhood. Rev. Mark Matzke, St. Marks Senior Pastor, gave a message based on 1 John 3:16. This is the first lunch that St. Mark has served at TOC, usually dinner is served…

Feb. Men’s Breakfast

On February 10, 2024, men from St. Mark gathered at the Coffee Post on Route 306 in Chesterland to discuss the upcoming Super Bowl. Rev. Gerald Matzke led a discussion and asked questions as to what it takes to be a Super Bowl Champion. Weightlifting, studying the playbook, and mental preparation were some of the answers given. Then the discussion turned toward our life in Christ and how much of the same preparation prepares us for being Christian men in…

Ladies Luncheon

On Saturday, January 27 the annual St. Mark Ladies Luncheon was held in Fellowship Hall on the St. Mark Campus. For the first time in memory, the men of St. Mark served the ladies with a brunch highlighted by Chicken Cordon Bleu, Caesar Salad, French toast, eggs, potatoes, and other scrumptious offerings. A special presentation on the Shroud of Turin was given by Shroud expert Dave Onysko. Here is his on-line presentation