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Jesus commanded us to love one another. One of the best ways for St. Mark’s members to honor this command within the church is to actively love through an educational group. We study the Bible together, but group members also have the opportunity to love and be loved.

Praying for and supporting each other in the challenges of life is one of the greatest ways we can love like Jesus. The important thing is that you start living life with other believers. Groups are available for all ages, locations and meeting schedules.

It’s easier to journey through life with the support and accountability of like-minded believers. So why wait any longer? Join with us, and let’s honor Christ.

Ark Class

Beginning on Sunday, February 24th, we will present the series study, "I Said This, You Heard That". 

The words you say and the words you hear have the power to shape your entire life.

And the more sobering thing—the reason for this study—is that your words have the power to shape other people's lives too.

Before you open your mouth again, learn:

• The words you need to hear from others.

• The words your loved ones need from you.

• The words you're most likely to use as weapons.

• The words that will wound your loved ones. 

I Said This, You Heard That is six-session study that will change every conflict and conversation you have—for good. 


Alpha Class 

The Alpha Class has started a study from the Books of Faith series, "Jeremiah/Lamentations". 

We encounter many voices in the pages of these books: the prophet Jeremiah, sundry kings, Jeremiah’s enemies, and a people at first defiant and later in excruciating torment. In addition, we hear the voice of God speaking through Jeremiah and Jeremiah’s contemporaries. God, however, does not just speak “back there” and “then.” The living God speaks to us through the Bible, this book of faith. This study looks at how God is revealed to us as one who will not rest until we are at last a people whose hearts and minds are molded to the image and likeness of Jesus.
This 8-session course explores selected passages from Jeremiah and one from Lamentations.

 1. Has God Called Me? (Jeremiah 1:1-19)
 2. Why Has God Done All These Things to Us? (Jeremiah 5:1-31)
 3.Where Is the Disconnect? (Jeremiah 7:1-8:3)
 4. What Makes God Cry? (Jeremiah 8:14-9:1)
 5. Can God Love Rags? (Jeremiah 13: 1-14)
 6. How Certain Is Our Future? (Jeremiah 31: 27-40)
 7. Can You Imagine a Different World? (Jeremiah 31:27-40)
 8. Will God Turn to Save Us? (Lamentations 3:1-39)


Please join us for some lively discussion.


*Note: When the renovations begin, we will meet in the middle school room, (Grades 5-8), on the second floor.


The Believers Class 


Bible Study

Special Lenten Bible Study

We will take a different slant for the next several weeks as we spend time getting to know Simon Peter in a new and more in-depth format. We will discuss his call by Jesus, his journey with Jesus, - both when he declares his faith in the mission Jesus speaks as well as when he finds Jesus' teachings a stumbling block. We will discuss the time when he denies Jesus as well as his witness to the resurrection of Jesus. We will meet on Tuesday at 4 pm in the Sunshine Room. Join us as we get to know this fascinating disciple who Jesus called The Rock on which he would build his church.


Esther Class



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