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Foundation Grant Applications now available

The mission of St. Mark’s Foundation is to strengthen our church’s ministries of Christian service. Each year, grants are awarded to projects and initiatives which are consistent with the Foundation’s mission and beyond the reach of the church’s operating budget. Grant applications and guidelines are now available, and are due Friday, Aug. 1. Church staff and ministry leaders are encouraged to apply.

Foundation Grant Application and Guidelines  » 

Back to School Week for 6th-12th grade youth

Week of July 27-August 2, 2014

The St. Mark's youth will be having all kinds of fun this week before the new school year starts, including a trip to Laser Quest, a day of serving the community, a tour of Memorial Stadium, a pool party, a softball game, and a bus trip to the Schiltterbahn Waterpark! Get more details from Pastor Don Stewart at the Youth Information Booth this Sunday.

Pacesetters welcome all

Monday, August 4, 2014 | 9:00 a.m. | Village Inn at 48th & Van Dorn

Bring a friend and enjoy breakfast the first Monday of each month with a friendly group of St. Mark's senior adults. No RSVP necessary.

Register children for Sunday School and Wednesday night programming

It's time to register children age 6 weeks through 5th grade for Sunday School, Kids 4 Christ on Wednesday evenings and nursery care this fall. Children will be promoted to their new age-/grade-level classrooms on Sunday, Aug. 17. Save yourself from standing in line and do it online now!

Register Children Here » 

Join the Book Group in August

Thursday, August 7, 2014 | 1:15-2:30 p.m. | Lower Fellowship Hall

St. Mark's Thursday Afternoon Book Group will be discussing a Pulitzer Prize winning novel, Gilead  by Marilynne Robinson, an intimate tale of three generations from the Civil War to the twentieth century. Come for coffee and refreshments and enjoy the afternoon at St. Mark's!

Volunteers in Mission teams needed for continuing disaster recovery efforts

VIM teams are needed in Beaver Crossing beginning the end of July to help with repairs. Every house in this small town was affected by the tornado on May 11, and case management is in process of lining up jobs for volunteers. There will be both exterior and interior jobs to be done. Volunteers are encouraged to bring whatever tools you can comfortably pack. Contact Dorothy Aspegren at 402-641-9698 for more information about scheduling a team.

Acolyte training for children coming up

Sunday, August 10 & Sunday, August 17, 2014 | 3:00 p.m. | Sanctuary

All children who are in at least the 3rd grade are invited to serve as an acolyte for any or all of our three Sunday worship services. Interested? Please contact Mary at 402-429-1373 and let her know you will be at one of these training sessions.

Annual Senior Adult Ministry Summer Potluck Picnic & Band Concert

Sunday, August 10, 2014 | 5:30 p.m. | Antelope Park: Shelter #1

Bring a dish to share, your tableware and a lawn chair and join us for this wonderful summertime gathering with your St. Mark's friends. After the meal, we will move to the band shell to listen to the Lincoln Municipal Band concert.

Invitation to Celebration of Appointment Service for District Superintendent

Sunday, August 10, 2014 | 3:00 p.m. | Elmwood St. Paul United Methodist Church

You are cordially invited to the Celebration of Appointment Service in honor of The Rev. Bill Ritter, Blue River District Superintendent. Bishop Scott J. Jones will be officiating and a reception will follow the service.

Videos and photos from Annual Conference Session now online

News articles, photos and videos from the first Great Plains Annual Conference Session that took place June 11-14, 2014, at the Lied Center in downtown Lincoln, are now available online, in addition to links to the daily recaps.

2014 Annual Conference Resources »

Keenager's monthly potluck

Wednesday, August 13, 2014 | 12:00 noon | Lower Fellowship Hall

Bring a dish to share, your tableware, and a friend or neighbor to this monthly potluck. The program will be presented by St. Mark's very own Terry Klopfenstein, professor emeritus, ruminant nutrition at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, titled "The Golden Triangle: Corn, Cattle and Ethanol."

Donations needed for Summer Garage Sale

Thursday, August 14-Saturday, August16, 2014 | 9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. | Bus Barn

The youth are preparing for their annual summer garage sale and need your help! Please drop of donations at the bus barn on the northeast side of St. Mark's campus.

Visit St. Mark's Ministry Fair!

Sunday, August 17, 2014 | 7:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. | Narthex

There are so many ministry opportunities at St. Mark's that it's sometimes overwhelming to find one where you belong. Whether you're interested in a Bible study, wish to get involved in mission or would like to volunteer right here at St. Mark's, this is the place for you to begin your search. The narthex will be filled with representatives of various ministries who will share their passion, and invite your participation.

Dine with the Mid-Day Munchers

Tuesday, August 26, 2014 | 11:30 a.m. | Olive Garden

Enjoy a great meal and friendly fellowship with your St. Mark's friends. Everyone is invited; no reservation required. Just ask to be seated at the St. Mark's table.

Help promote literacy

St. Mark's has been invited to help with a special Lincoln Public Schools program, Families Learning in Partnership (FLIP). This program approaches education by bringing families together to learn, and needs several "game backpacks" for the 35 families it currently serves. Families will check out a backpack each week to use at home for literacy homework. If you are interested in helping with this important effort, please check out what is needed below.

FLIP's List of Needed Supplies »  

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