This Week at St. Mark's
Come check out our Sunday school for PreK-6th grade. It starts at 10:30am, the kids start in Sunday school then rejoin worship after the sermon just in time for the Children's Sermon.
Posted: January 31
THOUGHT OF THE WEEK: Why do we have a prayer of the day? The prayer of the day, once called the collect, gathers or collects the people of God into the sacred space and time of worship. Located between the time of gathering and the time of the word, this prayer often gives voice to the themes of the assigned Scriptures of the day. This prayer leads the assembly deeper into the shape and content of the day’s worship. This prayer, centered on the week’s lectionary texts, may be used for personal devotion. - See more at: http://www.elca.org/en/Living-Lutheran/Seeds/2013/04/130412g#sthash.BCgtZ5IS.dpufThe assembly prays
The assembly praysSeeds04/12/2013 Every Sunday, when Christians gather to worship, prayer takes a central role. Throughout our time of singing, praising, giving thanks and hearing the word of God, the assembly prays. Our prayer gives voice to our longing for God’s grace and shapes our expectations f…