Posts from May 2016
On May 21st at Generations Party Center a kickoff was held for the St. Mark Lutheran Endowment Fund. Ron Meister, chairman of the St. Mark Endowment Fund was the master of ceremonies. Presentations were given by Eileen Fitzenreiter, Ohio District Gift Planning Coordinator for the LCMS foundation who spoke on “Peace Through Planning”, detailing strategies to help us “Give Back” to help continue the Lord’s work through estate planning. David V. Wohlabaugh, Financial Advisor of Wernick Wealth Management Group of…
On Friday, May 20th, the Plant Sale PreSale and Silent auction was held at St. Mark’s. This was a great time of fellowship for the members of St. Mark and friends in our community.
Summer Worship Schedule starts June 12, 2016 8:15 am, Traditional Liturgical Worship 9:45 am ,Contemporary and the Gathering Service rotates from Sunday to Sunday A Longer look at the Lessons Bible study follows the 8:15 am service
On Saturday May 7, 2016 the St. Mark Women’s League sponsored a luncheon that celebrated mothers day. It was great to see all he moms and their kids. Entertainment was provided by the “Cordials”, a 4 part a cappella quartet
Speaker was Dean Carlo, Chardon Club Director,Greater Cleveland Campus Life. St. Mark’s mens fellowship meets at the Rise and Dine Cafe in Chesterland, on the first Saturday of the month all are welcome. if it’s your first time attending, breakfast is on us
Sunday May 1, 2016 St. Mark celebrated the confirmation of Lauren Dvorak and Chase Hickey. The two confirmands answered questions by Pastor Matzke at the 8:15 service and received communion at the 11:00 am service.
On April 30,2106 a group of adults and youth boarded the St. Mark bus, soon to be know as Prayerforce One, and headed to downtown Cleveland to Building Hope In the City, an outreach to the community by Trinity Lutheran Church. St. Mark members cooked home made meatloaf and brought the meatloaves to the church. In addition to the meatloaves, St. Mark members donated clothing for the Building Hope in the city clothing store and canned goods for their outreach pantry. All…