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…

New Bible Study

On Tuesday, January 16th, at 11 am Pastor Mark will begin a new Bible Study entitled “Psalm Shelters in the Storm,” a discussion of six Psalms that give comfort and understanding when times get rough. (Especially at this time of year, keep an eye on weather-related school closings. If West Geauga Schools are closed, we also have a ‘snow day.’)

Non-Traditional Bible Study

Non-traditional Bible Study Join us in person as wecontinue discussing the Gospelin Life. Grace ChangesEverything DVD by best-sellingauthor and pastor, TimothyKeller. This multi-series videoBible study discusses how tolive the Gospel out in allaspects of life – from ourcommunity to the worldat-large. Expect livelyconversation! November meetings: Sundays 11 & 26 at 7pm

God’s Gift of Life

On Sunday evening, March 12, St. Mark held its third installment of the series “Lutherans In The World.” Senior Pastor Mark Matzke led the study and provided a comprehensive booklet of resources that covered many “life” issues. Topics like “Care for the Dying,” Abortion, Marriage, Life, and Family just to name a few of the topics that the resources covered. A discussion on the Biblical foundation for what the Lutheran’s believe about these issues was also led by Pastor Matzke.…

Lutherans In The World Feb 2023

Each month, St. Mark hosts a study on Lutherans In The World. Last month with Pastor Mark we had an overview of the Critical Race Theory. This month we examined the roles of Lutherans with regard to Church and State. Pastor Chris led this study. The next study will be on March 12 at 6 pm in St. Mark Fellowship hall Below are links to the outline and one other document that was used in the study This…

Lutherans In The World

On January 9, 2023, St. Mark hosted its second session entitled “Lutherans in the World.” This session was about a biblical approach to the Critical Race Theory. The session, led by St. Mark Senior Pastor, Mark Matzke started out with this quote from Rev. Dr. Lucas V Woodward, President of the Minnesota South District, Lutheran Church Missouri Synod, “The way forward is with Christ at the center. This means the forgiveness of sins, He won upon the cross, along with…

3 Worship Services – Sunday School – Bible Studies start Sept 10

Our  Worship Styles and Sunday Christian Education 8:15 AM A traditional Liturgical Service Featuring all-time favorite hymns that Christians have enjoyed for generations 9:45 AM Sunday School  and Bible Classes 9:45 AM The “Gathering”, a blended worship service combines traditional hymns and contemporary music. 11:00 AM A “contemporary” service featuring “Praise” music in a less formal setting Holy Communion is celebrated on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Sunday of the month All Services feature Scripture readings, prayer and a thoughtful…

Congrats Confirmands 2017

On Sunday May 7, 2017 at St. Mark, Alex Fellinger, Nathan Fellinger, Grace Large and Andy Matzke  receive the Rite of Confirmation. For those that are not familiar with the rite of confirmation, here is a short explanation: “Confirmation is a public rite of the church preceded by a period of instruction designed to help baptized Christians identify with the life and mission of the Christian community….Prior to admission to the Lord’s Supper, it is necessary to be instructed in…

“FROM SACRIFICE TO SACRAMENT ” Study Starts Feb 1, 2017

 NEW BIBLE STUDY: Beginning Wednesday, February 1st, join Pastor Mark for a four-week series called “From Sacrifice to Sacrament,” a video-enhanced look at Lutheran worship Why do we do what we do in worship? What does the Old Testament have to do with our liturgies? What does God do for us when we gather together? Be a part of the discussion from 7:15–8:15 p.m. each Wednesday night in February. All ages are welcome.

First “Being Lutheran” book study at St. Mark

Many people are involved in studies at St. Mark. Tuesday’s Joy of Christianity Bible Study drew over 35 people. This Thursday the first book study with a pot luck dinner preceding the study had 25 plus in attendance. The study which meets once a month wil discuss the book. “Being Lutheran” by A. Trevor Sutton. The study is led by Sue Matzke. To see all St. Mark’s studies, click here Here are some pics from the first study
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