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Early Worship Service: Sunday @ 8:15am

Sunday School: Sunday @ 9:30am

Worship Service: Sunday @ 10:45am
(Second & Last Sunday - Contemporary)

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Past Events

Event List Calendar

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Bible Study

Join us as we journey through the Bible focusing on the New Testament.

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Bible Study

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Historic Houses of Worship Tour 2017

Houses of worship and other historic sites open their doors for this annual holiday tour in downtown Hagerstown. Join over 16 different historic sites in the downtown Hagerstown area for an evening open house! Each location will open their doors from 4-7 p.m., and shuttles will transport visitors between tour areas.

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Quilters

St. Mark's Quilters meet Tuesday mornings to make quilts for Lutheran World Relief in New Windsor, MD. If you can use a pen, scissors, tie a knot, or sew all are welcome to come and join us. Visit Outreach for more information.

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Boy Scouts - Troop #26

Weekly meeting scheduled in Scout Room located in the lower level.

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Zumba

Zumba….Pretty much the most awesome workout ever. Dance to great music, with great people, and burn a ton of calories without even realizing it. Join instructor Annie Simonetti of Assets Fitness Saturdays 10-11am and Monday’s 5:30-6:30 in the auditorium.

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Worship Service

Traditional worship service with communion served the first and third Sundays of the month. Praise worship the second and last Sundays of the month.

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Sunday School

Sunday school classes and small groups gather each Sunday morning. Groups available for all ages and nursery is provided.

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Early Worship Service

Traditional worship service with communion the first and second Sundays of the month.

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Christmas Eve Worship Schedule

Christmas is about Christ. Before the presents, the family, the meals, the songs, the trappings and the trees it is about a Savior who comes as an innocent child to bear the sin of the world. Behind Easter it's the most important day in the Christian Year. And so on Christmas Eve we celebrate as a church the coming of Christ to our world.

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